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Whole coriander seeds:
• 1 pound = 6 cups
• 1 ounce = 6 tablespoons
• Flavor/Aroma: Slightly sweet, citrus-like
• Appearance: Light tan to medium brown; spherical and ribbed
• Pairs Well With Spring Foods Like: Carrots, chicken, fish, ham/pork, lamb, peas, shrimp
Cilantro, Chinese parsley and fresh coriander leaves are different names for the same herb plant.
Cilantro usually refers to the fresh leaves, and coriander to the seeds. They are quite different in flavor, and can not be used as substitutes for one another.
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