Coriander seed is a spice used around the world, common in the cuisines of India, Asia, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. It has a warm, zesty, citrusy flavor. The seeds are from from the same plant as cilantro, although the character is quite different (no need to worry about a soapy taste if you are typically sensitive to cilantro). When used whole, coriander also offers a nice crunchy texture; the seeds are hollow and pleasant to chew.
Ingredients: Coriander Seeds.
1.3 oz (1/2 cup jar)
Coriander seeds are one of the most frequently used ingredients in Season recipes. Try it in the Coriander Gravlax (p. 133), the Egg Salad with Toasted Coriander (p. 143), or the Spiced Beef Kebabs (p. 52).