Coriander Seeds, Indian

Indian coriander differs from the more commonly imported Moroccan seed with its greener color, unique “football” shape and bright, citrusy flavor. This variety is preferred by both Indian gourmets and craft brewers, who use coriander to enhance the complement the clean, bitter, citrusy taste of Belgian witbiers as well as other spiced brews.


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This lemony seed also lends its flavor to liqueurs such as Vermouth and Chartreuse - try using it in homemade bitters. Similar to many whole seeds, Indian coriander is commonly toasted before use – heat it in a dry pan until you begin to smell its delightful aroma.

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