A coriander spiced soup that is easy to make with simple ingredients. Be sure to do it up with fun toppings like cheesy croutons and fresh herbs.
Baked coriander crisps dipped in an avocado and grapefruit salsa will leave you refreshed after this light snack.
This fragrant coriander pesto makes for a wonderful dressing for quick, shaved zucchini “pasta”.
Indian spices and smoky char marks offset the sweetest of the squash in these fun party appetizers.
Stovetop-cooked salmon is coated in a sauce full of fresh herbs, intriguing spices and just enough yogurt to give it a rich tanginess.
This spicy and tangy chutney is great over rice or crispy pakoras, or mix some into vegetable stir fry for some added heat.
Careful not to overcook the potatoes, if they’re too mushy they won’t stay on the sticks for party-worthy serving.
The key here is to not overcook them so that the fat in the chuck cut isn’t lost and your left with juicy meatballs.
Chutneys, like this one, are a great way to add an extra something to your everyday meals very easily.
Pizza dough, but in a fancier presentation this time round in the form of dinner rolls, or, Pizza Balls.
This recipe tastes great. It is simple, wholesome and comes together in just a half hour from ingredients you probably already have.
Sweet and spicy, this Indian Mango Chutney makes a delicious spread, dipping sauce, or condiment to add to your curries.
Here is a wonderfully easy coriander chutney that goes very well with just about any snack.
A crispy coriander fritter, this Kothimbir Vadi recipe is an indian delight.
This satisfying carrot and coriander soup is the perfect remedy on a cold autumn day.
A delicious broth based flavorful tomato soup with basil & coriander.
Tired of the same old pesto? Try this mint-coriander pesto for some variation.
To make Akvavit you don’t have to go to the woods, you just need three simple spices that you may already have in your pantry.