It may be the seed of Cilantro, but coriander and cilantro have two entirely different flavors. Coriander used whole can season anything from fresh salads to long cooking stews. The ground coriander seed has a relatively potent, lemony flavor with sage and citrus undertones. Used cracked or ground, it is used in meat rubs and blends well with garlic and ginger. This ancient spice has found its way into many cuisines. Coriander is an essential ingredient in curry. In Middle Eastern cooking it is often used with ground meats. Classic French dishes use coriander and Americans use it for pickling.
1.7 oz. bottle