Coriander Powder (100 gms/ 250 gms)

Coriander Powder (100 gms/ 250 gms)

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Coriander powder is popularly known for its culinary and medicinal properties. Widely used for flavoring the food, coriander powder has an aromatic odor. The flavor of the seeds is warm, mild and sweetish.

WEIGHT: 100 gm/ 250 gm

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