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Coriander Seeds Whole

$3.25 AUD–$15.00 AUD

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Whole Coriander Seeds - If you’re looking to add some continents spice to your dishes, we recommend trying our whole coriander seeds. Coriander seeds offer you significant spice versatility as they lend a unique tasty edge to both sweet and savoury meals...

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Whole Coriander Seeds
If you’re looking to add some continents spice to your dishes, we recommend trying our whole coriander seeds. Coriander seeds offer you significant spice versatility as they lend a unique tasty edge to both sweet and savoury meals. Keep reading to discover more about this delightful spice.

What is Whole Coriander Seed?
Our whole coriander seeds are a product of the cilantro (or coriander) plant, which is a member of the family of carrots and parsley. The seeds are yellowish-brown in colour and have a unique spicy lemon-like taste that adds a roasted flavour to your food.

In the past, whole coriander seeds were only famous as ingredients in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. However, today, these seeds are being adopted as essential spices by cooking enthusiasts and chefs all around the world. You can find coriander seeds in various dishes including soups, chicken, seafood, and even in spice blends for biscuits and cakes.

The best part? You can now buy coriander online every conveniently.

Whole coriander seeds is quite the versatile spice as they work in both savoury and sweet meal creation. Indeed, this is arguably the reason they have become a popular ingredient in many kitchens across the globe.

Features of Our coriander seeds
Our coriander seeds are relatively easy to identify even when you shop online. They are usually small and nut-like in shape, with a creamy-brown or yellowish-brown colour. In terms of taste, coriander seeds are unique. They have a citrusy flavour and an aromatic scent, which make your food even more appealing.

How to Use Our Coriander Seeds
Most people will only ever use coriander seeds for cooking and food preparation purposes. However, there are various methods you can infuse this spice into your dishes. Keep reading to discover creative ways to use our coriander seeds in your kitchen.
Eating and Cooking with our coriander seeds
You can whole coriander seeds as a pickling spice for fish, soups, German sausages (or Thuringers), bread and even cakes. They are also a great way to infuse a rich roasted flavour into your baked meats, pumpkins, dukkah lentils and more.

Besides, you don’t always have to see the coriander seeds you buy online alone. They are an excellent complement for other herbs and spices you buy online such as ginger, cumin and garlic.
Storage Condition
We recommend keeping your whole coriander seeds in a tightly sealed airtight container in a cool and dry place out of direct sunlight
Shelf Life
In the right storage conditions, whole coriander seeds can last as long as 18 months while retaining strong flavouring qualities.
wheat, peanuts, tree nuts. sesame seeds, soy, milk products.

Each whole coriander seed package from Spice and Salt contains 100% coriander seeds (kibbled) with no preservatives.

The Health Benefits of our Coriander Seeds
While most people only buy whole coriander seeds for the unique flavour they add to food, this spice also has several health benefits. Here are some of the benefits you stand to gain when you buy coriander from our spice shop online:

  • Whole coriander seeds can help to lower your blood sugar. This is because the seeds promote the activity of specific enzymes that remove sugar from the blood.
  • Coriander seeds are rich in antioxidants, which can contribute towards boosting your immune system and reducing cellular damage from free radicals.
  • Studies suggest that adding whole coriander seeds to your diet can cause improvements in the health of your heart.
  • Also, coriander seeds can help to improve digestion and the health of your stomach.
  • Finally, whole coriander seeds can help you fight infections and protect your skin from the effects of aging and sun exposure.

These are only a few of the benefits of whole coriander seeds to your health, not to mention the tasty flavour it gives your food — talk about the best of both worlds!

Why Choose Spice and Salt for Your  Whole Coriander Seeds
At Spice and Salt, we pride ourselves on using only the best quality natural produces we can find to create our products. This means that our whole coriander seed is top-notch quality and nothing short of that!

Besides, We sell our whole coriander seeds in varying sizes, depending on how large your order is. Also, we offer our customers very friendly and affordable prices.

In other words, with Spice and Salt, you don’t need to break the bank to buy the coriander online.

Furthermore, we are a local business, owned and operated by Australians. As such, we understand the manner of operations and can ensure you get the products you buy from us without any hassle.

Here’s another perk for you we’ll also throw in two complimentary handy pantry pouches upon every order you make. So, why not shop with us?

Make your order today at Spice and Salt.


Coriander Seeds 

Many people buy coriander seeds online, among other places because of the benefits it offers and its great taste. The spice originates from the Coriandrum sativum. It is closely affiliated with carrots, celery, and parsley. It is great for dishes like salsas, soups, and masalas, which are common in the Middle East and Asia.

What are the health benefits of coriander seeds?

Coriander seeds really bring a lot to the table where health benefits are concerned. For starters, they may be able to help you reduce your blood sugar level when it gets too high. This could effectively save you from type 2 diabetes.

Additionally, coriander has multiple antioxidants. These help to ensure that your cells do not suffer excessive damage from free radicals. What's more is that the antioxidants contend with inflammation in your body. In addition to all these, coriander might also offer certain general benefits to your heart health. Its extracts seem to function as a sort of diuretic that flushes out excess sodium and water. 

Should I soak coriander seeds before consumption? 

You do not necessarily need to soak your coriander seeds before you consume them. There are several other things you can do to make them more suited to your cooking needs. 

For example, you could toast your coriander seeds. This can be done by heating them up inside a dry skillet just before you grind them.

Alternatively, you could fry your coriander seeds in oil. Toasting your coriander seeds helps to ensure that the flavour is more pungent and enjoyable in your meal. Frying it in oil would allow the flavour to get absorbed into the oil such that you can use the oil to cook other meals. 

Can you plant coriander seeds? 

Yes, you can plant coriander seeds. In fact, almost everyone can plant coriander seeds with the right information, skills, and attitude. For starters, you should know that you'll keep your coriander seeds in full sun if you want them to grow. 

Also, it is important to use soil that's been properly drained with a pH no less than 6.2 and no higher than 6.8. This is particularly crucial due to the nature of coriander seeds. Once you've ensured these are in place, you can then go ahead to plant the seeds. They needn't be more than an inch deep into the soil when planting. 

What is the difference between coriander seeds and coriander?

If you want to get into technicalities, you could say that coriander seeds and coriander are essentially different from each other. This is because coriander seeds are the elements that give rise to the coriander plant itself. However, in reality, these two aren’t much different from each other. 

Can I substitute ground coriander for coriander seeds? 

Yes, you can substitute ground coriander for coriander seeds. If you would be doing this, you merely need to ensure that you grind your coriander properly first. To do this, you can toast it first. That way, it is more brittle and easier to grind into finer particles. Then, you can grind away.