Ground Celery Seeds
The celery that we eat today developed from a wild European plant that grew near the sea. We grind our celery in small batches weekly to ensure freshness.
Ground celery, like celery seed, has the taste and smell of celery stalks, but its flavor is much more pronounced. Use anywhere you would seeds, but in half the quantity, as ground celery is much stronger. If you love the flavor of celery, try our Cambridgeshire blend.
Flavor of Ground Celery Seeds
These seeds have the strong taste and smell of celery stalks and pair well with chiles, cilantro, cloves, garlic, and sage.
Uses of Ground Celery Seeds
Season potatoes, especially potato salad. Add to dressings, sauces, and gravies. Ground celery seeds are twice as strong in flavor as whole seeds. Use sparingly.
Ground Celery Seeds Recipe
For 5 T of mix: Blend 4 T kosher salt with 2 t dill weed and 1 t ground celery seeds