|Country of Origin||India|
NON GMO, No coloring, No Additives, GLUTEN FREE
Whole coriander seeds add bursts of citrusy, herbal flavor to your food. Coriander seeds are popular the world over and a staple in many sauces and marinades. Use a mortar and pestle or spice mill to create coriander ground or add the whole seeds to your sauce for a bolder flavor. For an Indian-style curry, simmer cream, stewed tomatoes, coriander seeds, curry powder, and garam masala with marinated chicken and serve over steamed rice.
In India, coriander is mainly used for taste. Coriander seeds have diuretic properties. It alleviates gas and tones the digestive tract.
How to Cook:
Coriander can also cure a quick craving for a crunchy snack: Spill coriander seeds into a heavy-bottomed skillet and toast over medium heat until fragrant. Toss the seeds with olive oil and sea salt, maybe a little garlic powder, and dig in.
Make a coriander, cumin, garlic rub for your pork chops. These three ingredients are the perfect combination for a flavorful meal.
Make white bean coriander dip.
Add coriander to your pepper grinder. Mix white peppercorns with some coriander seed. It will give your pepper a nice mildness and tastes great on vegetables and eggs.
Ground coriander seed is delicious in broccoli soup. Boil potatoes, onions, and broccoli together in broth, then season to taste with salt, pepper, ground coriander and garlic.
Make delicious oven fries with coriander seeds. Use russet potatoes, olive oil, cracked coriander seeds, thyme and salt.
Ingredients: Coriander Seeds
Product of India