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Coriander Seeds (Whole Coriander)

Freshly-ground coriander seeds make excellent powder.

Coriander seeds are generally ground into a powder before using in curries in the same way that one would use coriander powder. It is a staple spice of Indian cooking, and coriander is almost always present in a curry.

One could be forgiven for asking why bother with these seeds, when the powder is available? The reason is that freshly-ground coriander has a more intense flavour... the essential oils within the seeds are volatile, and disspiate quickly. So it is better when freshly ground, even though it is a bit more hassle.

For best results, heat for 1-2 minutes in a pan before grinding, then use immediately. You can use a mortar and pestle to grind it, or a rolling pin, or one of those special blender attachments for grinding spices.

 
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Organic Coriander Seeds 100g (Sussex Wholefoods)
2.49  
Organic Coriander Seeds
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Organic Coriander Seeds 1kg (Sussex Wholefoods)
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Whole Coriander Seed 100g (Hampshire Foods)
1.99  
Quality Coriander Seed. • Use whole in chutney and pickles • Grind fresh when you need to • Add to curries and sauces.
 

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Ground Coriander
Convenient to use.

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