For thousands of years coriander has been used as a spice in the Mediterranean and Asia. Coriander is now cultivated and widely available in the Western world. Traditionally, it was sused to support healthy digestion.
Flavor & Pairing: Slightly citrus-like with a pungent after taste. Goes well with peppercorns, dill, caraway, fennel, cumin, oregano and thyme.
Culinary Uses: The seeds are wonderful in chili, stews, pastries, roasts, curries and are great paired with potatoes, beans, onions and sausage. Well known for flavoring liquor and beers and various soups and sauces.
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