Amchur Dried Mango Powder
1 Tin (35g)
Coriander is a fresh herb which divides opinion. Its dried seeds have a subtle quality though, which introduce mellow, lemon, woody-sweet notes to a dish. Though coriander is a bass note spice rarely used in isolation, it’s no reason to overlook its importance – a quality coriander can be a game-changer.
Whole coriander seeds create big bursts of flavour. The whole seeds can be infused in a pickling liquor or broth. They might be crackled in oil, stirred into a tadka daal or drizzled over fish or burrata. Dry-toasting and grinding whole coriander seeds will create a more potent powder than pre-ground – though it will need sieving to achieve the same fine consistency.
Whole coriander seeds are used in dishes worldwide, from a Vietnamese pho to a Mexican mole. We love crushing the seeds and adding them to breadcrumbs to coat pork schnitzel or keeping them whole for pops of flavour in a saag paneer. We’ve also been won over by chef Claire Ptak’s ginger snaps which use a dash of coriander: “there's a sourness and a freshness that works really well in sweet stuff.”
Whole Coriander Seeds
Whole coriander seeds should be stored in a dark, airtight container, to prevent them from losing their flavour.
Minimum 90 days
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