Coriander recipes: Before the bright green herb wilts and goes bad, use them to make some delicious dishes
Here is a new exciting recipe that will definitely become your new favourite chicken dish. This dhaniya murgh (chicken) brims with flavours from our traditional Indian spices.
Janmashtami is being celebrated today by Hindus across India to commemorate the birthday of Lord Krishna. On the holy occasion, prasad or Naivedyam plays a significant role in the prayers during Janmashtami puja.
Diabetes: Coriander is also quite rich in fibre, which again gets digested gradually and also keeps you feeling full for a long time, preventing binge eating.
Indians and other desis on Twitter couldn't help but guffaw at Nigella Lawson's choice of words to refer to something as quintessential to our own cuisine as green chutney.
The green chutney that we get to savour at restaurants has a distinct tangy and spicy flavour that we fail to achieve when we attempt making the same at home.
For all those wondering, how can you make something sweet and decadent as a barfi with coriander, here is an incredible recipe that may make you change your mind.
A genius hack for removing coriander leaves from the stems helps save some valuable cooking time. Watch this viral video here!
Rampuri cuisine is the quintessential courtly cuisine of India where every recipe has been secretly preserved for centuries by the khansamas of the royal kitchens and where every dish has a story to tell.
Coriander, commonly known as hara dhaniya or cilantro, is an aromatic herb packed with many benefits for health and beauty.