Also Known As: Chinese Parsley, Whole Coriander Seeds, Cilantro or Japanese Parsley.
Ingredients: Coriander Seeds
Taste and Aroma: Mild, sweet, pleasant with a hint of citrus. Can be described as a cross between sage and lemon.
Uses: Indian cooking, sausages, cookies, bread, cakes and falafel.
Substitutes:Cilantro, Cumin or Garam Masala
Fun Fact: Coriander was introduced to the colonies in 1670 and was one of the more popular spices of the time.
-Has anti-inflammatory properties that may help reduce symptoms of arthritis
-May aid in digestion and reduce gas and prevent nausea
-May lower blood sugar
-May lower bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol
-Good source of iron, magnesium and fiber
-Contains phytonutrients and falconoid
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