Ground Coriander gives a spicy, somewhat nutty and citrus flavor. It can give a zesty pep to many dishes.
Not if you want it to taste the same! The leaf of the same plant is cilantro.
coriander leaves smell like cilantro. Coriander leaf IS cilantro.
Coriander has a pungent lavender-like smell. I smelled this from the seeds, not from the leaves.
Cilantro is the leaf of the coriander plant. 2 seasonings that don't taste at all the same!
Vietnamese coriander is very much like cilantro and makes an excellent substitute as does coriander and parsley
No, coriander is a herb
Cumin seeds can be substituted with coriander seeds. It will yield a different taste, but it will complement the savory flavor.
Americans call coriander leaves "coriander" or "cilantro."
Coriander = "Malli" (மல்லி) Coriander Power = "Malli Podi" (மல்லிப்பொடி)
The fresh herb coriander (also known as cilantro) can usually be replaced by a mild herb such as flat-leaf Italian parsley, dill, or fennel fronds. The taste is similarly light and fresh, but the base flavour is slightly different. Dry coriander has quite a distinctive flavour that is difficult to substitute.
Parsley is Chinese coriander. It looks like our Indian coriander (kothamalli) but it doesn't have that significant aroma which our kothamalli has.
Coriander is a herb, it has a distinct spicy taste and is often used to enhance the flavour of spicy food such as curry, balti, kebabs or other mainly Indian food, it is also used as a garnish for spicy food.
No, coriander is an herb.
Coriander is actually part of the parsley family. Its leaves (technically called cilantro) have a stronger, more distinctive flavor that can dominate a dish (as opposed to plain, or Italian parsley, that is more mild). For many, it's an acquired taste -- some people feel it tastes like soap. In addition, coriander seeds (really the mature, dried fruit) are used as a separate spice (tasting nothing like the leaves), generally ground and served in Middle Eastern dishes along with spices like 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.
I don't know. But the bible says that it was like white coriander seed, which is smaller than most mushrooms and tasted like honey made with wafers. Most mushrooms taste kind of earthy.
6 grams of coriander seeds =how mady grams of coriander powder
No, they do not taste like chicken. They most likey taste like blood vessels.
No; coriander and cilantro are.
Yes, you can safely freeze coriander.