Looking for coriander recipes? Have leftover fresh coriander that needs using up? From chutneys to soups and curries, our recipes provide plenty of inspiration. Next, try our fresh mint recipes.
When is coriander in season?
Coriander is available year-round and can be grown from spring to winter.
Blend coriander with chilli and garlic to turn it into a vibrant green chutney. It’s great for dipping or drizzling over spicy stews or curries.
One of the most popular coriander recipes! This leafy herb can be far more than just a garnish for a hearty soup. It gets chopped and stirred into this spiced carrot number, to really give it an extra aromatic edge.
Purée coriander with onion, ginger, garlic and chilli to make a fragrant curry paste. That’s exactly what we do to make this chicken and coriander curry.
Whizz coriander up with chickpeas, garlic, tahini and lemon to make a herb-spiked hummus. This warm version is a treat with harissa cauliflower.
Pasta isn’t all about basil. Get coriander leaves involved with spiced pasta dishes like this clam and turmeric linguine.
Mash leftover fresh coriander into butter along with lemon zest to create the perfect steak topper.
Add coriander to your soup base and blend to create a vibrant green, fragrant summer soup – like this pea and coriander number.
Finely chop coriander leaves and mix through rice for a colourful and fragrant side dish to go with curry. This recipe for chicken and butternut curry with coriander and cumin rice will show you just how good it can be.
Fresh coriander is a great addition to a salad. Here, it’s tangled up in soba noodles with a hummus and peanut dressing.
A scattering of coriander leaves is the final flourish to any curry or spiced stew, adding colour and fresh flavour. Here it’s used to fish an Indian-style prawn and black pepper curry.