|Posted on March 16, 2017 at 7:00 PM|
Fun food fact: The coriander plant is actually named from the ancient Greek Koris, a bug!
The unattractive name can be attributed to the disagreeable odor of the foliage and other green parts. The scientific name actually translates into "cultivated buggy-smelling plant."
This seed, whether in whole or ground form has a lemony citrus flavor and can be described as warm, nutty, spicy and orange-flavored.
Favorite dishes using Coriander: Moroccan Tagine, Roasted Acorn Squash, Chutney, Cranberry Apple Muffins.
Whole and Ground Coriander should keep it's peak flavor for about six months.