Coriander Powder Recipe | How to make Coriander powder in home | Dhaniya Powder

Coriander Powder Recipe | How to make Coriander powder in home | Dhaniya Powder
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Coriander Powder Recipe | How to make Coriander powder in home | Dhaniya Powder recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Coriander powder is one of the most common spice used in Indian cuisine. We use it in variety of curries and gravies along with red chilli powder. We never buy any spice powder in shops and always make them fresh in home. If making small quantity we use the mixer else give it for grinding in Mill. 

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My mom always use certain spices along with coriander powder to make it more flavorful. This keep well up to 6-9 months when properly stored in air tight container. Monday again and theme for this week in Foodie Monday Bloghop group is #242MasalaDabba suggested by Preethi who blogs at Preethicuisine. You should check out her authentic Kundapur Masala powder from Mangalorean Cuisine. My humble contribution to the theme is coriander powder. 

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Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes

Pepper Powder

Ginger Garlic Paste

Cardamom Powder

Homemade Condensed Milk 

Homemade Rasam Powder

Schezwan Sauce

Homemade Cream Cheese

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Yields 750 grams

Coriander Powder Recipe | How to make Coriander powder in home | Dhaniya Powder

Coriander powder is one of the most common spice used in Indian cuisine.

15 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • Coriander seeds 1/2 kg
  • Pepper 30 grams
  • Toor Dal 50 grams
  • Cumin seeds 50 grams
  • Fenugreek seeds 2 tsp
  • Curry leaves few optional

Instructions

  1. Clean the coriander seeds and dry roast them in batches till it start to crackle.
  2. Then add pepper powder and dry roast it.
  3. Similarly roast cumin powder, pepper, toor dal and fenugreek seeds separately.
  4. Allow them to cool down completely.
  5. Take them in batches in mixer.
  6. Grind to smooth powder.
  7. Spread them in cloth or paper and allow it to cool down.
  8. Once it cools down, store in airtight container.
  9. Homemade aromatic Coriander powder is ready.

Notes

Keep stirring continuously while roasting the ingredients so they don't get burnt

You can powder them coarsely if you prefer it that way.

Always use clean spoon while using the masala to increase shelf life.

You can even store them in fridge but it keeps well in room temperature for 6 months.

Nutrition

Calories

1832 cal

Fat

110 g

Carbs

317 g

Protein

76 g
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How to make Coriander Powder with step by step pictures

Clean the coriander seeds and dry roast them in batches till it start to crackle.

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Similarly roast cumin powder, pepper, toor dal and fenugreek seeds separately.

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Allow them to cool down completely.

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Take them in batches in mixer.

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Grind to smooth powder.

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Spread them in cloth or paper and allow it to cool down. Once it cools down, store in airtight container.

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Homemade aromatic dhaniya powder is ready.

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10 thoughts on “Coriander Powder Recipe | How to make Coriander powder in home | Dhaniya Powder”

  • Never made coriander powder this way with pepeprcorns .methi and dal. Looks so flavourfull shall try it next time when I a batch of coriander seeds.
  • I love the sound of this coriander powder, made not just with coriander seeds, but also black peppercorns and fenugreek. Can imagine its beautiful taste and the flavour it must impart to dishes. Shall definitely try this out soon.
  • Your coriander powder with toor dal, pepper, cumin seeds and Fenugreek seeds sounds interesting ! I am sure it will lend the dishes a flavorful and aromatic touch.
  • That's an interesting coriander powder masala with added toor dal and pepper. Making spices at home is the best as one can control what goes into it and we tend to roast the ingredients properly.
  • This coriander powder with other spices sounds interesting. I can feel the aroma of these freshly roasted spices. Would love to make it soon. Home made spices are the best.
  • Loved the way you added toor dal, curry leaves in this coriander powder Narmada. We can use it in any curries and sambar too , will follow your recipe for my next batch ocoriander powder. :)
  • Homemade spice powders are always best as it lends an aromatic flavor all the time :) This is an interesting coriander powder masala with added toor dal and pepper Narmadha !
  • this is such an interesting mix of spices, Narmadha.. Can you let me know what you use this flavourful powder for ? Curries am sure are defiitely tastier with this spice blend.
    • Thanks dear. We use it for all curries/gravy. we use to grind red chilli powder with only red chilli and then this coriander powder. we use mix of both in all kuzhambu recipes.
  • I make the coriander masala similarly but never added toor daal to it. Would next time surely try this. Beautiful clickls.

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