Ground Coriander is an aromatic and multifaceted spice that imparts a delicate, earthy, spicy- sweet flavor with a citrus note. Native to the Mediterranean region, coriander comes from the seeds of the cilantro plant and surprisingly, its flavor is vastly different from that of cilantro leaves. Where fresh cilantro is bold and bright, ground coriander is subtle, earthy and works well in combination with other spices, particularly cumin. The Spice Hunter Ground Coriander is freshly ground and packed at the peak of freshness for optimal flavor and aroma.
How to Use Coriander
Coriander spice is one of the most common spices in Indian cuisine, and is also used in Latin American and Middle Eastern cooking. While ground coriander is popularly known as an essential component of spice mixtures like harissa, curry and garam masala, it also works well as a solo spice in beans and vegetables. Try adding to gremolatas, pesto, baked goods or cocktails for added depth of flavor. Ground Coriander is also excellent in rubs for chicken and lamb, and great in chilies, soups and stews. Coriander’s mild, versatile flavor and pleasing fragrance make a great addition to a wide range of dishes.