🎉 Hey, you have free shipping in the USA!

Coriander Seeds

new
In stock Free Shipping Free Shipping to all USA orders.
Size

$6.50

$7.50 ($1.87/oz)

$9.60 ($1.20/oz)

$16.00 ($1.00/oz.)

$33.00 ($0.41/oz.)


customer testimonial image

Vanilla Beans

Excellent Product! Excellent Service!

Jacqueline Oliver - United States

Whole coriander seeds also known as Chinese parsley

Used in pickling, spice rubs, brines, curries and more you can buy coriander seed online right here in our shop. The refreshing citrus, mint, and sweet undertones of coriander liven up so many dishes it is a must have kitchen staple. You can use whole, toasted, ground fresh or just about any way you like it. 

What is coriander?

Coriander is the seed of cilantro. It comes from an annual herb in which all parts of the plant are edible but most commonly only the leaves and the dried fruits (coriander seeds) are used in cooking and baking. It has been used in cuisines around the world for centuries and can be found growing in much of Asia, Europe, and Africa and can be grown here in the US in USDA hardiness zones 2-11 which is roughly 50°f -85°f. 

More importantly perhaps, is not what coriander is, but how it is used in cooking.  Coriander seeds and their use is well recorded in Latin American and Mexican cuisines. Posole, enchiladas, and even commonly found in many Indian curry dishes. The seeds can be added whole to many dishes and simmered in things like soups or sauces. They can also be lightly toasted in a pan or oven then ground fresh and added directly to a dish, rub, soup or sauce to really bring out the flavor. 

Most common uses for coriander seeds

Often toasted before grinding or use in pickling to bring out its flavor, coriander is most commonly used in soups, spices rubs, curries, garam masala  meats like beef, lamb, chicken and more. Coriander goes great with other spices like bay leaves, cumin, chili peppers, garlic, nutmeg, fennel, orange, lemon and even lime zest. In more recent times, note of coriander can also be found in many modern craft beers. 

Facts about the whole coriander seeds found in our shop
  • Flavor profile: Citrusy, sweet, tangy, and refreshing
  • Type: Whole Spice, best toasted and fresh ground
  • Kosher: Certified kosher by EarthKosher
  • Shelf Life: 18 -24 months
  • Storage: For best results always store herbs and spices tightly sealed in an airtight container in dry cupboard or pantry
  • Uses: Curries, marinades, pickling, spice rubs, chutneys, salsas, brewing and more

Frequently Asked Questions

Cumin, garam masala, curry powder and caraway are great substitutes for coriander seeds.
Yes, Coriander can be consumed raw.
No, they are quite different. Coriander has a citrusy, sweet, tangy, and refreshing taste. Cumin seeds have a nutty and slightly bitter taste. Coriander seeds are round while Cumin seeds are long and narrow. Finally, Coriander seeds have a slight yellow color to them.
Yes and no. Coriander seeds come from the same plant as cilantro. However, the difference between the two is that Coriander comes from the seeds of the plant, while Cilantro is the stems and leaves of the plant.
To cook coriander seeds, add coriander seeds to a frying pan and cook over medium heat while stirring constantly. Do not use oil.
You can buy Coriander seeds in the spice section of your super local marketing or online directly on our website.
×

Alcohol To Vanilla Bean Calculator

You need -- oz of beans, which is approximately -- average size beans

*Disclaimer: this vanilla calculator is solely meant for informational purposes and not meant as legal guidance, representation or otherwise. By using this calculator, you acknowledge these limitations. No warranty is expressed or implied. We do recommend using the calculate by weight of vanilla beans function rather than by count for more accurate results. Vanilla beans do have many natural size, length and weight differences.The count feature will specifically not be accurate for vanilla beans from Peru, Costa Rica, or Tahiti due to the naturally larger characteristics of these vanilla beans and limitations of this tool. THE USE OR RELIANCE OF THIS CALCULATOR IS SOLELY AT YOUR OWN RISK. For more information about making vanilla extract and vanilla extract formulations, please consult a legal professional and the FDA code of federal regulations 169.3 definitions . Please use this tool accordingly.

×

Vanilla Bean to Alcohol Calculator

You will need to add -- cups of alcohol to your vanilla beans to make your vanilla extract at this strength.

*Disclaimer: this vanilla calculator is solely meant for informational purposes and not meant as legal guidance, representation or otherwise. By using this calculator, you acknowledge these limitations. No warranty is expressed or implied. We do recommend using the calculate by weight of vanilla beans function rather than by count for more accurate results. Vanilla beans do have many natural size, length and weight differences.The count feature will specifically not be accurate for vanilla beans from Peru, Costa Rica, or Tahiti due to the naturally larger characteristics of these vanilla beans and limitations of this tool. THE USE OR RELIANCE OF THIS CALCULATOR IS SOLELY AT YOUR OWN RISK. For more information about making vanilla extract and vanilla extract formulations, please consult a legal professional and the FDA code of federal regulations 169.3 definitions . Please use this tool accordingly.