Coriander Seeds Research Paper

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1. Coriander Seeds: Whole coriander seeds add bursts of citrusy, herbal flavor to your food. Coriander seeds are popular the world over and a staple in many sauces and marinades. Use a mortar and pestle or spice mill to create coriander ground or add the whole seeds to your sauce for a bolder flavor. For an Indian-style curry, simmer cream, stewed tomatoes, coriander seeds, curry powder, and garam masala with marinated chicken and serve over steamed rice. 2. Coriander Powder: Ground coriander features a slightly spicy, lemony flavor rooted in cilantro. Create delicious fish tacos by adding coriander ground into Bay Seafood Seasoning and blackening fish on the grill. Coriander is popular in a wide range of world cuisines including Mexican,…show more content…
You can create your own cumin grounds with a mortar and pestle or a spice mill or use the whole cumin seeds in your sauces and marinades. Cumin seeds are popular in Indian curies and Spanish rice dishes, but have also found their way into American cuisine, especially TexMex. Add cumin seeds to your BBQ Sauce Mix and Seasoning for an earthy, distinctive flavor. Usage: Cumin's strong, distinctive flavor can be used in almost anything. 4. Cumin Powder: Cumin's distinctive flavor makes it a star in dishes from TexMex to Indian cuisines. An excellent addition to rice dishes, and sauces, cumin is also a popular ingredient in chili powder and a key feature of Indian garam masala. To create an outstanding curry, add cumin ground with Hot Indian Curry Powder to your curry sauce. For a dish inspired by the Philippines, add some ground cumin to our Adobo Seasoning and rub in on steak or fish as a marinade before firing up the grill. Usage: An excellent spice for rice dishes, curries, stuffing’s, sauces and marinades, particularly for Middle Eastern dishes. It can use in breads and even in some sweet baked goods. 5. Turmeric…show more content…
Usage: Turmeric is one of the key ingredients in many curries, giving them color and flavor. 6. Garam Masala-(Mild – Hot) : Garam means "warmth or hot" in Indian. Garam Masala is a traditional spice blend for Northern India and South Asia. It is a flavor packed combination of cumin, cardamom, cloves and other spices. When cooking with Garam Masala, you may want to wait until the end of the cooking process before sprinkling it in so you will not lose the fragrant aroma. Lightly toasting this spice blend beforehand will release more of the flavor and increase its scent. Usage: To help you create the finest Indian dishes. 7. Curry Powder-Hot : Contrary to popular belief, not all curry powder is hot. But this one is! Hot Indian Curry Powder is inspired by South Indian style cooking. It’s a rich and spicy curry, great for grilled steaks, pork chops or chicken. We even love it in soups or with eggs or vegetables for a unique and fabulous taste. The combination of red chilies, coriander, yellow mustard, fenugreek, turmeric and pepper make our Hot Indian Curry Powder a must-have for any chef who loves exceptional

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