Coriander Seed - Indian
India / Coraindrum sativum
This coriander is bright and fresh flavored. We find that the citrus top notes offered up by Indian coriander are much stronger than those found in the European variety. Another distinguishing mark is the seed shape, which is oval instead of round.
Indian coriander shines in curries for with authentic depth of flavor. It will aslo brighten up rubs for chicken and fish. Try Indian Coriander alone or in combination with other spices, but be sure not to overpower its wonderful flavor bouquet.
Try with Bengali Five Spice Roasted Chicken, Salami Wrapped Melon With Candied Fennel, Anise, Coriander and Pink Peppercorns, Indian Coriander Energy Bars, Roasted Quail Feast for Valentines Day, Crunchy Coriander Granola, Coriander Roasted Beets, Sri Lankan Banh Mi, Massaman Curry, Asian Tea Rubbed Pork Chops, Buddha Bowl, Curried Beef and Tendon with Turnip, Chicken Drumsticks with Spices and Coconut Milk, Fried Eggplant Roll-Ups, Spicy Fish Salad, Chole, Orange Tarragon Compound Butter, Lemon Coriander Cake, Rhubarb Compote with Indian Coriander Cream, Golden Turmeric Granola with Dried Berries, Israeli Zaatar Khachapuri, Rooibos Banana Bread, Clarified Milk Punch, Garam Masala Meatballs with Mango Chutney, Arabic Chicken Kabsa, Achiote Paste, and African Peanut Soup with Grains of Paradise
1/2 cup is about 1.44 oz