yes it is a herb and not a spice
Coriander is a popular spice in Mexican dishes, called cilantro in those dishes, and the seeds are a common spice used to spice sausages and the pickling process.
Another name for the spice coriander is cilantro. Cilantro is commonly used in North America, whereas coriander is in use in the UK. It is also called Chinese parsley and dhania in India.
The price of coriander can be effected by the available supply. If there has been a bad growing season, there will be less coriander, driving prices up.
Coriander seeds are commonly found in the spice aisle in local grocery stores. You may also check your local listings for an herb and spice specialty vendor.
Chipotle, Chives, Cilantro, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Cumin.....
If you are making a mexican dish cumin and coriander are often used for various dishes, and can some times be substituted for one another. Although they have almost the same aroma they taste quite different. Coriander leaf (cilantro) and coriander are the most similar in flavor and can be substituted for one another in most cases. Just use about 1/3 as much spice as you would leaf.
parsley. Specifically, Chinese parsley or cilantro . For ground dried coriander, maybe just a wee touch of cloves or some Basil leaf.
The leaves of the Coriandrum Sativum are called cilantro while the seeds are called coriander.
In an Asian food mart look for Chinese 5 Spice. I don't know all the spices, but some include cumin and cayenne and possible coriander.
There are several different spice crops. Some of theses spice crops are ginger, cardamom, black pepper, turmeric, mustard, fennel, fenugreek, coriander, paprika, vanilla, garlic, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, and allspice.
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.
Corriander is ground from the fruit of the cilantro plant. Cilantro is an herb (made from the leaf or stems of plants), while coriander is a spice (made from grinding the seeds or berries of plants).
There really isn't a spice equivalent to corriander. It shares an earthiness also found in cumin and often these two are paired together in recipes but they remain quite distinct from eachother
They are not equivalent. Ground coriander is the seed whereas fresh coriander is the leaf of the plant. They are different flavors and cannot be substituted.
Curry is an indian dish not a spice. Common spices used in Indian cooking include Asafoetida, Tej Patta, Carom Seeds,Cloves, Coriander Seeds, and Cinnamon.
Use 1 tbsp dried coriander for 3 tbsp freshly chopped.
Coriander, Coriandrum sativum is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. The name 'coriander' in a culinary context may refer to either the seeds of the plant (used as a spice), or to its leaves (used as a herb), however in North American countries the name Cilantro is given to the leaves of the same plant.
Volatile means to evaporate rapidly. Non volatile would then be not aromatic. If you can smell an oil then it is most likely evaporating. Can you smell the coriander? Then you are smelling the oils. This doesn't mean that there are not non volatile oil (glyrerides) in the spice.
No corriander is dried cilantro and Sage is another plant . You can buy( or grow) fresh sage or buy it dried, still called sage.