Popular in several cuisines around the world, coriander is an aromatic herb that adds a slightly citrusy layer of flavour to food.
It is possible to use all the parts of the herb, even its seeds with both having different tastes and uses. The leaves and stalks can be eaten and used raw or cooked. Coriander goes well in soups, stocks, marinades, and garnishes, to name but a few things.
Coriander seeds on the other hand, are mainly used cooked and have a slightly sweet flavour.