Coriander seeds are the dried, ripe fruit of the same plant that gives us the fresh herb coriander; they are warm and aromatic in flavour with undertones of citrus and sage. A native spice of southern Europe, North Africa and south-western Asia, coriander seed is now a major export crop of India.
Coriander seeds are used widely in European, Latin American, North African, Indian and Middle Eastern cooking. Found in many classic spice blends such as ras el hanout, mixed spice, garam masala and baharat, this versatile spice goes well with fish and pork dishes and pairs well with fruit – especially apples and blueberries, sweet cakes and biscuits.
Produce of India