coriander Crushed(Dhania), black peppercorns, and cumin, reach for either a small, heavy-duty pot, a chef’s knife, or a mortar and pestle. With a pot Press the bottom edge of the pot into the seeds, slowly moving the pot back and forth over the seeds to crush them.
- Coriander adds distinctive taste and aroma to the various cuisines.
- It has a pleasing aroma and savor. Very few dishes can be prepair without the touch of this powder.
- It is a wonderful source of Fiber, Iron and Magnesium as well.
- Coriander is rich in Vitamin C, Vitamin K and Protein.
- They also contain small amounts of Calcium, Phosphorous, Potassium, Thiamine, Niacin and Carotene.
- This powder is an essential condiment in the Indian cuisine.
It adds a mild flavour and aroma to sweet and savoury food preparations.
- Apart from being an aromatic spice, coriander seed has many curative and cooling properties.
• It is an appetite stimulant and aids in the secretion of gastric juices.
• Coriander has pain-relieving properties and is useful for headaches, muscle pain, stiffness and arthritis.
• Coriander powder is useful as a tea, because of its helpful effects on the digestive tract.
• It is reputed to enhance circulation and relieve fluid retention.