Coriander seeds are native to Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region. Coriander is an annual herb in the family of Apiaceae, the parsley family. Although all parts of the plant are edible, the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most often used in cooking. Coriander seeds are the plant’s dried fruit, which can be used whole or ground. Their mellow, subtle flavor is slightly citrusy with notes of sweetness.
How to Use
Coriander seeds can be sautéed over medium heat without oil until their warm aroma is released. Crushed coriander seeds are great for homemade vegan burgers. Although the difference in flavor between ground and whole coriander is nuanced, the powder works best for incorporating flavor seamlessly into dough and batters, while the texture of whole seeds best complements condiments like chutney.
Store in a cool, dark place, and keep out of direct sunlight.
Coriander seeds whole Demeter
No known allergens present
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