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Coriander Seeds

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Coriander Seeds can be used to season savory dishes, such as vegetables or masalas. However, these whole seeds can also be a great addition to sweet recipes like cookies and cakes. Add whole coriander seeds to your favorite pickling brine for a sweeter, citrusy pickle flavor. As with all seeds, toasting coriander seeds will bring out more of their aromatic flavor.

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If your recipe calls for cracked or ground coriander seeds, use whole coriander seeds and crack or grind it yourself (either spin it quickly in a blender or hammer slightly in a sealable bag). This will produce the best, freshest taste. Try toasting before creating your ground coriander seed blend.

Coriander Seeds Q&A

What are coriander seeds?

Coriander seeds are a slightly sweet & aromatic whole seed that belongs to the parsley family, and can be used to season savory, and even sweet, dishes.

How do you use coriander seeds?

You can use coriander seeds whole in pickling brines, marinades or chutneys, but you can also crush them for a ground coriander blend that you can add to vegetables before cooking.

What is the difference between coriander and cilantro?

Coriander has a sweet, aromatic taste with a touch of citrus. Cilantro has a complex but delicate flavor with a hint of pepper, mint, and lemon.

How to toast coriander seeds?

To toast coriander seeds, simply add whole coriander to a pan and sauté until they become aromatic. If you hear a popping or cracking sound from the seeds, it's time to take them off the heat.

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