Coriander adds fresh flavour to loads of dishes and is featured in cuisines around the world - from Indian to Mexican. Find loads of ways with coriander, including everyone's favourite carrot and coriander soup, coriander chutney and more!
A spicy peanut coriander chutney which can be eaten cold with pitta, samosas, on sandwiches or with roti. Store in the fridge and use within 1 week. If chutney thickens add more yoghurt to thin it out.
Along with tamarind sauce, this Indian coriander sauce is ideal to accompany samosas, pakoras and onion bhaji.
I wanted to cook something different with chicken and this turned out to be a really tasty and healthy meal. Everyone I make it for loves it. Serve with basmati rice and I like a naan bread to soak up the sauce.
Fresh pomegranates, shallots, lime juice and coriander come together to make this unique relish that goes beautifully with roasted meats.
This is a fantastic sauce to serve with grilled meat, fish or spicy food. Greek yoghurt is seasoned with lime juice and fresh coriander. It also does well as a dip or spread.
Undyed smoked haddock is the basis of a classic kedgeree, given a twist with extra spice and the distinctive taste of coriander. A salad of peppery rocket, watercress, spring onions and radishes is just right on the side. Delicious!
Paneer is mild form of Indian Cheese, usually made from fresh whole milk. It is an un-aged, non-melting Cheese, with a firm texture that can withstand prolonged cooking times and still have the ability to retain it's shape and texture.
A gorgeous Chinese inspired dish! Serve on a bed of rice or noodles and enjoy as part of a larger Chinese meal.
Using the sun dried tomatoes makes this pesto a bit sweeter than green pesto. The pumpkin seeds and coriander give a different twist too! This makes enough for 2 to 3 portions.
This is probably the best tasting tofu dish that you'll ever try. Dried tofu is tossed with fresh coriander and spring onions in a sweetened soy-sesame oil dressing. Serve as a starter.