The key to curry success! The seeds of the coriander plant are used to impart a refreshing but slightly spicy citrus flavour to sweet and savoury dishes. The small, round seeds can be used whole or ground and a light toasting can enhance their flavour and aroma. Encased in a papery husk, when ground it helps to thicken curries and sauces. Ground coriander can be used generously without overpowering a dish.
HOW TO USE
Coriander powder marries well with almost all other spices and help balance out flavours when too much of a strong, pungent herb has been used. Use Coriander ground in your next homemade curry or pilaf, they?e also indispensible in Middle Eastern cuisine.