Saturday, August 6, 2011

Coriander

In their opening paragraph Best Recipes state If there was ever a herb to divide a nation it would be coriander.

And seeing as we are a divided household when it comes to coriander on its uses and taste I thought I'd share a link here to the full story at Best Recipes on coriander

I'm currently sharing mine with a possum but I do enjoy adding it to recipes and it does have a strong but enjoyable flavour to me.

Coriander at Best Recipes and here is some more info at Dishbase



What do you think? How do you get along with coriander?

Cheers

Stewart

6 comments:

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jillko said...

Can't get enough of it! And love it in salad. Although it's a bold flavour, it disappears if you cook it, so definitely eat it chopped fresh on your tasty Asian stir fry or salad. (for those who wimp out, tell them to grow up!)
BTW We had a terrific crop this winter from about 6 plants (a humble punnet of seedlings) and it's time to go and get another one. I've never bothered to try to collect my own seeds...

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spirals said...

we use coriander more than any other herb we have growing. Awesome in Thai and indian dishes. My kitchen would be much less intersting without it.