Coriander has a refreshing, lemony flavor and a pleasant aroma. Fresh Coriander has crisp leaves and crunchy stems. Commonly used raw or dried for cooking and garnishing, Coriander leaves is found in many Asian, Mexican and Eastern European cuisines for its unique flavor.
Fresh Tips: Place the stem of fresh Coriander in a glass of water and cover the top loosely with a plastic bag before keeping it in the refrigerator. Do not wash the herb until ready to use. To freeze, place dry Coriander on a cookie sheet, gather into a zip-top bag and keep it in the freezer; thaw before using.