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!
An ultra-easy and quick coriander chutney to serve with all of your favourite Indian snacks, like samosas, pakoras, kebabs and more.
This is a bright, crunchy salad that originates from the northeast region of China. Strips of red and green peppers, cucumber and spring onions are tossed in a spicy vinaigrette and topped with fresh coriander. Add peanuts, prawns or tofu if you need a more filling dish.
Chicken breasts are slow-cooked in a sauce made of salsa, taco seasoning, lime and fresh coriander to make a very tasty filling for tortillas.
This fruit dessert is a little different than the average fruit salad. Grapefruit, apples, pears, oranges and mango are tossed in a honey-sweetened, orange flavoured, grapefruit juice and coriander dressing.
Frozen edamame soya beans replace the chickpeas in this untraditional spin on a traditional hummus. Tahini, garlic, fresh coriander and lemon juice add plenty of flavour, too.
The NICEST dip in the WORLD! Perfect to go with curries and poppadoms as a starter. You can also have with any type of crisps to use as a dip. Also great for warm pitta or naan breads. Can be chilled in the fridge for days so keeps really well!
A tasty simple chicken dish, baked with a homemade pistachio and coriander pesto. If your pistachio nuts aren't salted, add salt to taste.
In this light, very low-fat dish, chicken is poached in an aromatic stock with new potatoes, asparagus and green beans steamed over the top. A zingy Oriental-style dressing is a great finishing touch.
These Indian pakoras made with aubergine are a little bit spicy and very flavourful. The sauce that goes with them is very light and refreshing and sets off the heat of the pakoras. A great addition to your next curry night.
A gorgeous Chinese inspired dish! Serve on a bed of rice or noodles and enjoy as part of a larger Chinese meal.