History and background
The history of coriander is quite well documented – it was even mentioned in the Bible (Exodus 16:31). Its known usage dates back much further, however, to around 5000 B.C. By 1550 B.C., coriander seeds were known to be used at burial ceremonies, and it’s said that the ancient Romans and Greeks also appreciated their flavour and medicinal properties.
How to use coriander seeds
All parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking. A variety of different cuisines use coriander seeds; you’ll find them in popular dishes from Asia, Europe, Africa and more. From sauces, marinades and condiments to curry dishes and plenty in between, coriander seeds can take all kinds of dishes to the next level.Contact Us
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Frequently Asked Questions
Rich in antioxidants and vitamin K, coriander seeds are considered beneficial to everything from our heart and cardiovascular system to our skin and hair.
Generally, their flavour is described as being fairly sweet and citrusy. They also have a warm, nutty taste which, though subtle, is immediately recognisable.
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