This product originates from:
Romania/Russia/Ukraine/Morocco/Spain. Processed in Poland/Spain/India
Country of origin varies dependent on batch.
Product Code: 13CO
Product Code: 13CO
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Ingredients & Allergens
Allergy Advice: Allergy Advice: May contain traces of gluten and mustard.
Product: Coriander Seed
Latin Name: Coriandrum sativum
Plant Family: Apiaceae
Other Names: Dizzycorn, Fruit de Coriandre, Dhania, Coriandre, Koriander, Coriandolo, Kuzbara, Dhanyaka, Hu Sui, Nan Nan Zee, Ketumbar, Hom Pom, Dhaniya, Koriandr and Luk Pak Chi.
Description: We’re so excited to introduce you to our versatile Coriander Seeds! You’ll fall in love with their mild sweet taste and citrusy flavours that work well in both sweet AND savoury recipes.
SUGGESTED USEAdd to curries, soups, stews, and tagines, use to compliment pork, chicken and vegetables, crush and sprinkle over sweet potatoes prior to roasting and sprinkle into rice and grain dishes such as couscous. Coriander can also be added to bread, puddings, biscuits, cakes, and dumpling recipes. Try mixing coriander seeds, allspice berries and peppercorns and pop into your peppermill for an aromatic seasoning with a difference. These popular seeds can also be used to flavour oils such as walnut oil. All you have to do is lightly crush the seed and add to the oil along with thinly pared orange rind and a single cinnamon stick. Our personal favourite way to use our Coriander seeds is in dressings and marinades… YUM!
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