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Ground Coriander Seeds

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Ground Coriander Seeds have many seasoning uses & cooking applications. Use ground coriander powder in savory recipes like masalas, marinades and roasted vegetables. Or, add coriander spice to sweets like cookies and cakes! We add this ground coriander seasoning to most of our curry spice blends.

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As with all our ground spices, we grind coriander weekly in small batches to insure freshness. We use coriander in almost all of our curry blends as it adds a pleasant fragrance.

Coriander Q & A


Are coriander and cilantro the same thing?

While they are technically the same because they both come from the same plant, they both have different uses and flavors. Coriander comes from the seeds that are produced by the flowers, while cilantro comes from the leaves and stems of the plants.

What does ground coriander taste like?

Ground coriander has a bit of a citrusy flavor, with a slight sweetness and a hint of earthiness reminiscent of curry powders.

Can I substitute cumin for coriander?

Cumin is a good substitute for coriander since they both come from the same plant family. They also have the same citrusy, earthy flavor, although coriander is milder in terms of heat. When substituting cumin for coriander, use about 2 teaspoons of cumin for every teaspoon of coriander called for in the recipe.

Can you eat coriander leaves?

Yes, the leaves of the coriander plant are edible. They can be used as a garnish, or as a topping for various dishes. They are added to dishes just before serving to preserve its flavor since heat can degrade the flavor.

What is ground coriander used for?

Ground coriander is most commonly used to season curries or for pickling brines.

What spices go well with coriander?

Ground coriander pairs well with allspice, cinnamon, nutmeg, garlic and cumin.

What is white coriander seed?

White coriander seed is more commonly known as manna. Its appearance is described in the book of Exodus in the Bible as similar to coriander seed in appearance and size but is white in color.


Dietary Information

Salt-Free

MSG-Free

Nut-Free

Dairy-Free

Gluten-Free

Onion-Free

Garlic-Free

Black Pepper-Free

Corn-Free

Capsicum-Free

Sweetener-Free

Sugar-Free

Sesame-Free

Vegetarian

Vegan