How to Make Coriander Powder at Home. Making Coriander powder at home with step wise pictures. This is how you make fresh coriander powder from coriander seeds.
Ever since i got my hamilton beach blender, i have been making spice powders at home. I am never ever buying store bought spices again. I made my own batch of chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, cumin and pepper powder at home in my blender and i am loving it. Will soon share a review of my blender.
Making coriander powder from fresh coriander seeds is not at all a big deal. Some people sun dry coriander seeds before grinding. But i tend to roast it so the oils from the seeds can come out which makes it smell wonderful.
You can check my homemade pepper powder.
You have to keep these important things in mind before making coriander powder from coriander seeds.
1)Roasting Coriander seeds:
Always Roast on low to medium heat so it doesnt get burned. If the seeds gets burnt then it will completely ruin the coriander powder.
2) Never leave coriander seeds unattended.
Keep mixing when roasting. Never leave it without mixing else it will burn.
3)Cool before grinding and storing:
Always cool the coriander seeds before grinding and also cool it completely before storing the coriander powder. Spread it on a paper or plate and cool it. Always store in a air tight container.
4)How long can we store coriander powder:
You can store coriander powder for over 2 months. If you are making a large batch store it in freezer.
How to Make Coriander Powder at Home
Making Coriander powder at home is very easy. Making fresh coriander powder from coriander seeds is not at all time consuming.
Recipe type: Main
Serves: 500 grams
- Coriander Seeds – 500 grams
- Dry roast coriander seeds for 6 to 7 mins on medium heat till it changes its colour and smells nutty and fragrant.
- Now remove it to a plate and cool completely.
- Take it in a blender and powder fine.
- If you want you can sieve it.
- Cool it completely and store in a air tight container.
1)Roast it on low to medium heat so it doesnt get burned.
2)Keep mixing when roasting
3)Always cool the coriander seeds before grinding.
4)Always cool the coriander powder before storing.
5)You can store this in a air tight container for over a month.
6)If you are making a large batch of coriander powder, store in fridge.
7)use dry spoons when take coriander powder from the container.
1)Use a wide kadai for roasting coriander seeds.
2)Add coriander seeds in the kadai
3)Roast it on low to medium heat till it changes colour lightly
4)This process will take 8 to 10 mins. The heat should be medium.
5)Remove it to a plate and cool it completely.
This is the blender which i used to make this powder. My hamilton beach blender is the best, it grind all the spices even turmeric into fine powder.
6)Take it in a blender
7)Powder it fine. Now cool the powder completely before storing.
8)Fresh Coriander powder is done.
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