Coriander | Organic Microgreen & Sprouting Seed


Coriander | Organic Microgreen & Sprouting Seed

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Used in kitchens around the world for centuries, coriander is one of the most popular herbs on the planet. 

Micro coriander and sprouts are more challenging and slower to grow when compared to other varieties but the results are worth the wait. The finished product is like no other coriander you have tasted before. 

Latin name: Coriandrum sativum
Health Benefits:  High in vitamins A, B, C, E and K, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Zinc. Good for healthy skin and eyes.


Microgreen Instructions:
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Soak: 8 -12 hours
  • Germination time: 5 - 7 days
  • Harvest from: 14 - 28 days
  • Flavour/texture: Crisp, fresh very floral coriander flavour. 


1. Soak your seeds for the above mentioned time.
2. Sow your seeds and cover with a thin layer of soil. This helps them shed their seeds hulls.
3. Place a tray directly on the seeds and weigh down to ensure good contact with the growing medium and to help the roots dig deep.
4. Keep weighed until the seedlings have germinated and are beginning to push against the weight.
5. Place in blackout when the seedlings are about 2cm tall - use blackout to stretch your seedlings to your desired length.
6. Place in a sunny location or under grow lights to green up your microgreens.
7. Harvest wither when the seed leaves have developed fully or wait for the true leaf to form for a more powerful flavour and beautiful end product. 

Sprouting Instructions:
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Soak: 8 - 12 hours
  • Germination time: 5 - 7 days
  • Harvest from: 7 - 10 days
  • Flavour/texture: Very aromatic coriander flavour


1. Soak for 8 - 12 hours in your sanitised sprouting jar.
2. Drain your soaked sprouts and rinse well. Carefully shake any excess water out of the jar. You want a fine coating of water on the seeds but no puddles.
3. Disperse the seeds as best you can around the wall of the jar. As your sprouts grow this will become more difficult but just do your best to spread them out and avoid blocking the mouth of the jar, Invert the jar and place on its stand so any excess water can freely drain out. Ensure air can get into the jar.
4. Rinse and drain at least twice a day, every day. Shake excess water out of the jar. Your sprouts should be almost dry before each rinsing.
5. Your sprouts are ready as soon as all the seeds have sprouted and have had an additional day or two to grow. Coriander takes a bit longer to grow and requires some patience! 
6. Leave for an additional few days and the sprouts will grow bigger
7. Once you are ready to harvest, give the sprouts a final rinse and drain.
8. Place the sprouts on a clean kitchen towel and let air dry. Alternatively give them a whirl in a salad spinner.
9. Refrigerate and ideally use within 3 days

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