Coriander is the dried, ripe fruit of the herb Coriandum sativum. The tannish-brown seeds have a sweetly aromatic flavour which is slightly lemony. It has a citrusy, musty aroma and a minty, sweet, citrus-like taste.
Serving Size: 0.5g
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Ground spices should be added just prior to the end of cooking time as they release their flavour quickly.
Coriander is used in lentils, beans, onions, potatoes, hotdogs, chili, sausages, stews, and pastries. It is used in the cooking of North American, Mediterranean, North African, Mexican, Indian, and Southeast Asian cuisines, as well as spice blends, including curry powders, chili powders, garam masala, and berbere. Ground spices should be added just prior to the end of cooking time as they release their flavour quickly.
Keep spices and herbs away from direct sunlight or bright indoor lights, heat and moisture. These elements will speed up the loss of flavour and aroma. Therefore, avoid storing your spices and herbs over the stove, dishwasher, sink or near a window. Check freshness of your spices and herbs by look, smell and taste. A visual check for colour fading is a good indicator of flavour loss. Taste and smell your spices and herbs. If a fresh odour or taste is not apparent, it may be time to replace