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Coriander Leaves are often used worldwide in cooking, but most people don't know that the seeds carry just as much flavour potential. Fry gently or powder them to enjoy what Indian housewives have been using the spice curries for centuries. It's the most convenient, and in many cases most flavourful way to use the spice!
Coriander Seeds Cooking Notes
Cuisine... Indian, Mediterranean, Central American
Food Pairings... Vegetable, lamb, beef, curries, light soups, salad dressings, rubs, savoury crepes, waffles, breads, stir fries
Flavour / Tastes Like... Lime, Slight Bitterness, Herbal
Serving size... 0.5 grams (if powdering) to 2 grams (if using whole)
Directions for use... Use spice directly, no need to grind. If grinding, use a pestle and mortar or an electric spice grinder.
Recipes... Curry powder, Lamb Madras, Spicy Stuffed Okra, Tandoori Paneer, Thai Massaman Curry with Beef, Aloo Gobi, Harissa Garlic Chilli Sauce, Fresh Dates and Tamarind Chutney, Vegetarian Ph
Coriander Seeds Benefits (Government sources only)
Nutrition facts... High in Fiber, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Source and details
Coriander Seeds Technical Notes
Origin... Northern India
Quality*... Whole, Extra Bold, 4mm+
Industry knowledge... Regency Coriander Seeds are an important spice crop having a prime position in flavouring food. It has an intense flavour profile, so it's best used to season food as with other nuts. Only a teaspoon is needed - lightly fried to release the flavour first. It releases a beautiful citrus aroma, with herbal taste notes. Coriander Seeds are highly popular in Indian, Mediterranean and Central American cuisines. They are used to flavour all manner of vegetable, lamb, and beef curries. They can also be used to add depth of flavour to light soups. Coriander Seeds are often also ground and blended into rubs, salad dressings, savoury crepes, waffles, breads, and stir fries.US and Mexican researchers also found that it contains an antibacterial compound which may prove to be a safe and natural way to fight Salmonella! Isao Kubo, a chemist at the University of Berkeley remarked at how potent an antibiotic the seeds are. In fact, the use of Coriander as a medicinal drug, as well as a flavouring spice can be dated back to 5000 BC, making it one of the world's oldest spices. It has been known in Asian countrie sfor thousands of years and also used by Greeks and Romans to flavour breads and preserve them. Learn more about Coriander Seeds.
Also known as... Coriandrum sativumKUSBARAH, KUZBARAH.