Coriander is herbaceous plant, widely cultivated all over India as a spice crop. Organic coriander seeds are harvested from plant, processed by sun drying. Coriander seeds are the brown spherical seeds of a plant of the same name, also known as cilantro. The plant grows wild over large parts of Europe and the Near East, making it difficult to determine its place of origin. Coriander leaves as well as seeds are one of the prominent and widely used spices in Indian cuisine. The young plant is used in preparing sauces and chutneys while its leaves are added to curries and soups for flavoring. Coriander seeds are commonly used as an ingredient in several dishes as a part of the masala powders and condiments. Coriander has many health benefits. It aids in digestion, is helpful in treating acne and dried coriander is used to treat diarrhoea. Good source of Iron, Vitamin A and carbohydrates.
Coriander is herbaceous plant, widely cultivated all over India as a spice crop. Organic coriander seeds are harvested from plant, processed by sun drying. Coriander seeds are the brown spherical seeds of a plant of the same name, also known as cilantro. Pleasant, aromatic and spicy, its seeds have been found utility since ancient times in cooking as well as in various traditional medicines. The seeds have a citrusy, nutty flavor with a sweet aroma. Coriander leaves as well as seeds are one of the prominent and widely used spices in Indian cuisine. The young plant is used in preparing sauces and chutneys while its leaves are added to curries and soups for flavoring. The flavor and aroma of coriander seeds are heightened through dry-roasting, and the roasted seed can be eaten as a snack. The seed is a component of the warming spice blend, garam masala, and curry powders. Coriander is used in sausage-making, in breads, stews and soups, pickled vegetables, and condiments. Coriander has many health benefits. It aids in digestion, is helpful in treating acne and dried coriander is used to treat diarrhoea. Daily intake supplements iron, calcium, Vitamin A and carbohydrates.
|Nutrient||Avg. contents g/mg per 100 g|
|Total Calories||298.0 kcals|
|Calories from Fat||70|
|Total Fat||17.0 g|
|Dietary Fiber||42.0 g|
|Total Sugars||11.0 mg|
|Vitamin C||21.0 mg|
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