Dried coriander

Dried coriander

Dried coriander seeds (French Coriandre, Italian Coriandolo, Spanish Cilantro) is the fruit of the coriander plant. Coriander is more widespread and better known in our country than fresh coriander, the leaves of the plant, which are more preferred in Mexican and Asian cuisine. If you roast dried coriander before grinding, it will intensify its aroma.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
333 kcal
26 g
12 g
19 g

Recipes with Dried coriander

Arabian Köfte meatballs
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Asian Fish Curry
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Aussie Beef Meat Curry
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Breakfast bread BBA
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Chicken breast indian
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Chicoree Bock Sausage Stew
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China Cabbage
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