Coriander is not toxic to dogs.
Americans call coriander leaves "coriander" or "cilantro."
6 grams of coriander seeds =how mady grams of coriander powder
No, coriander is a herb
Coriander and oregano are not the same. Coriander and cilantro are the same, however. Generally people use the term coriander when referring to the seed and cilantro when referring to the grown plant.
Coriander = "Malli" (மல்லி) Coriander Power = "Malli Podi" (மல்லிப்பொடி)
what is the difference between coriandner leaves and coriander seeds
No, coriander is an herb.
Some countries call the leaves 'cilantro' and the roots and seeds 'coriander'. Other countries simply call the entire plant coriander but refer to the specific part of the plant i.e. coriander leaf, coriander root and coriander seeds
One teaspoon coriander seeds equals one teaspoon ground coriander. http://www.greenearthinstitute.org/recipes/coriander_seed/about_coriander_coriandrum_sativum.html
The flavour should still be the same so yes. However, if you are using coriander to add colour, then it is best to use whole, fresh coriander.
No you can't. Fresh coriander is when you use the leaves and ground coriander uses the seed of the plant. Their flavour is quite different from each other.
No; coriander and cilantro are.
Yes, you can safely freeze coriander.
coriander is a rabi crop
Wansoy is the tagalog word for coriander or coriandrum sativum.
Sift the coriander powder using a fine sieve. The fine powder will fall through the holes in the sieve and the seeds will not.
coriander leaves smell like cilantro. Coriander leaf IS cilantro.
Coriander in Hindi is "dhania."
coriander is a type of tap root
No. The edible portions in Coriander are leaves and seeds
In Marathi, coriander is called 'Kothimbir'