Ground Coriander

Code
00312614419393
Size:45g
R26.95
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Overview

  • Aromatic, citrus flavour
  • Has medicinal properties
  • Used in curries, salads, soups, and sauces

Description

The seeds of the coriander plant, ground or whole, give dishes a delicious warm, aromatic and slightly citrus flavour. An integral part of Indian cuisine and an important ingredient in many curries, salads, soups, and sauces, coriander seeds are also sought out for their health benefits. The medicinal properties of coriander are wide ranging and include the treatment of skin inflammation, digestive support, skin and hair care, allergies, anaemia and mouth ulcers.

Ingredients

Coriander.

Warnings

Packed in a facility that uses peanuts and ground nuts.

Directions

Store in a cool, dry place.

Dietary Summary

  • Certified Organic
 

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