Coriander seeds, commonly known as cilantro seeds or Chinese parsley, pack a nutty citrus flavor that pairs well with Latin, Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. Coriander is considered both an herb and a spice since both its leaves and seeds are used as a seasoning. These brown plump seeds have a hollow cavity containing essential oils that flavor dishes while cooking. Coriander can be roasted, ground or used whole for a variety of food applications. Roasting and grinding brings out the warm, aromatic, and slightly citrus flavor.
Anthony’s Coriander Seeds are Organic, Gluten Free and Non-Irradiated. Use them for pickling, grinding into curry pastes, spice blends and more!
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This vegan sahlab tastes close to the original custardy drink that’s popular in the Middle East. Scented with rose water and flavored with mastic, it’s the perfect warm drink for a chilly day.