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    Coriander Seed Ground

    Coriander Seed Ground

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    Ingredients:

    coriander seeds. manufactured in a facility that also processes mustard.

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    Usage Tips:

    coriander seeds can be used whole or ground. you can often substitute one unit of whole ground coriander for one unit of coriander seeds in many recipes. sprinkle coriander over salads or roasting meats, add it to stews, sausages, marinades or use it as a spice rub.

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    Point of Interest:

    coriander is made from the seed of the cilantro plant, which is also called the coriander plant or chinese parsley. both the seeds and leaves of the cilantro are used in cooking, but each has a very distinct flavour and different uses. coriander seed has a light, fresh flavour with a tinge of lemon. it is commonly used in curries, meats and seafood dishes in indian, south american, mediterranean and african cuisines.

    coriander is believed to be one of the first spices ever used. references to coriander have been found in early sanskrit writings, and the bible, as well as in ancient chinese and middle eastern stories.

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