coriander


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

co·ri·an·der

(kō'rē-an'der),
The dried ripe fruit of Coriandrum sativum (family Umbelliferae); a mild stimulant aromatic and a flavoring agent.

coriander

Herbal medicine
An annual herb that contains volatile oils, including corioandrol and pinene, which has been used as an appetite stimulant, carminative and gastrointestinal tonic.
References in periodicals archive ?
Add the chilli, garlic, ginger and chopped coriander stems and stir for two minutes.
Some ancient practises claim that regular usage of coriander seeds help in keeping a check on blood sugar.
Later on, Latin chose to enter the word under a 'C for Coriandrum', then the French gave us coriander and, although the Spanish call it cilantro, it's been coriander to us ever since, in English.
(coriander) belongs to the well-known Apiaceae family, which is common in the eastern Mediterranean and southern Europe.
5 Season to taste, then garnish with coriander leaves and lime juice.
Sprinkle on the garam masala, stir in the coriander leaves, and drizzle on half of the lemon juice.
However, major active component of coriander seeds was linalool, whilst, coriander leaves possess more phenolic compounds as compared to seeds.
Ladle into bowls and top with remaining coriander. ?
Mix together the grated cheese, ground coriander, ground cumin and fresh coriander and set aside.
Now, if you are one of those people who think coriander is the best thing since sliced bread, and, actually, sliced bread could indeed benefit from the introduction of chopped coriander into the dough at proving stage, you will not understand what the fuss is about.
5 Remove from the oven, sprinkle over the fresh coriander and dress with the quartered limes.
Coriander and red chilli prices rose by Rs 100 each to conclude at Rs 6,000-12,100 and Rs 5,100-11,100 per quintal, respectively.