How much fresh coriander do you use instead of dried?

The general answer for herb and spice conversions is 3 parts of fresh for 1 part of dried. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 tablespoon of dried coriander leaf (also known as cilantro leaf), use 3 tablespoons of fresh instead. However, this conversion does not work for anything that is ground, such as coriander seed. This formula is only for whole spices or herbs.