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!
This is an elegant dish that will knock the socks off any dinner guest. Mahi mahi fillets are grilled on the barbecue, set on top of a roasted red pepper sauce and served with fresh coriander pesto. This recipe can be adapted to accommodate any other fish.
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.
An ultra-easy and quick coriander chutney to serve with all of your favourite Indian snacks, like samosas, pakoras, kebabs and more.
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.
I got this recipe from a friend and it has become a staple in our house! It is so versatile - try it with beef or pork mince instead of turkey.
Traditional houmous gets a little kick when cayenne pepper, fresh coriander and cumin are added to the recipe.
This spicy chicken and lime soup topped with avocado, queso fresco and fresh coriander will appeal to anyone who is a fan of Mexican flavours.
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.
In this Mexican-inspired salad, cooked quinoa is tossed with red peppers, black beans, romaine lettuce, red onion and avocado. Serve with a spicy chilli-coriander sauce.
A coriander and walnut paste is spread on top of salmon fillets and baked for an easy and flavourful way to serve salmon.