Ground Coriander/Coriander seeds are the dried fruits of cilantro. They’re often used in South Asian, Southeast Asian, Chinese, Central European, Latin American, Southwest American, Middle Eastern, African, and Mediterranean cuisine. The leaves have a different taste from the seeds, which have stronger citrus overtones. While some people have an aversion to the cilantro leaves, (which is believed to be a genetic predisposition) the seeds tend have a different and more favorable perception.
Here are a few recipes containing Coriander: