In one of the livestreams, there was discussion on putting coriander in summer sausage?
More thoughts in this? Flavor profile? Reason to put in?
TexLaw Team Orange PK100 Sous Vide Power User
I add a little freshly ground coriander to my Summer sausage (1 tsp/10# meat block). I’ve been toying with the idea of increasing that 50-100% because I really do like the flavor of coriander. I use it often with my rubs.
The flavor profile is rather unique. The best way I can describe it is citrus/fruity/floral with a little bit of white pepper. The coriander seed is rather distinct from the cilantro plant that grows from it (also called “coriander” in some cultures).
Going to give it a try.
mdseaside Team Orange
I use coriander in lots of rubs and other spice mixes. Try toasting the seeds in a small dry frying pan. Them grind and add to your mix. Really brings out a hole new flavor.
glen Regular Contributors Team Grey Sous Vide Canning Dry Cured Sausage Masterbuilt Power User Meat Hack Winner Veteran Kansas
Coriander is definitely in my spice arsenal
processhead Power User Regular Contributors Smoker Build Expert Bowl Choppers Nebraska Veteran Team Camo
Ground coriander is called for in many summer sausage seasoning recipes. I like to grind the whole seeds in my spice grinder. Fresh ground is almost always better.
Many pastrami recipes call for a ground coriander and pepper rub on the exterior.
Jonathon Team Blue Admin Walton's Employee Power User Kansas Dry Cured Sausage
INteresting thing with Corriander is if you toast it first you’ll get a really nice stronger flavor from it. Bonus, it makes your kitchen smell awesome!