Each month we are bringing you a collection of our favourite herb recipes so that you can make every day herbilicious. This month we’re looking at world flavours. Here are some of our favourite recipes from across the globe…take a herbilicious culinary journey with us.
Full of Asian flavours – no curry is complete without fresh coriander.
And coriander is just as good in Caribbean dishes too!
The best way to enjoy soup in the summer.
Chopped parsley is used in this Middle-Eastern inspired dip.
Thomasina knows her world flavours and this Thai dish shows she’s not all about Mexican.
Essential for any Chinese feast – these home made versions even use kaffir leaves in the Sweet Chilli and Ginger dipping sauce.
A supper simple Thai style curry – packed with flavour.
These look great – and taste even better!
Mezze, like tapas, is a great way to try lots of great dishes.
One of our very own – this delicious noodle salad uses Thai Basil.
When dishes taste this good it’s no wonder curries are so popular in this country.
A very unusual way to enjoy spaghetti for a taste of Italy.
The fresh basil and coriander alone will leave you wonton more of these!
A savoury version of this European brunch classic.
A delicious Indian dish packed with aromatic flavours.
Another of our own – this time inspired by Italy.
Give this spicy dish a try – we know you’re goan to love it!
Trust Jamie to come up with another hot recipe.
The great taste of British lamb, combined with an Argentinian herb sauce.
Inspired by a trip to Kerala this omelette is super quick (the Green Herb Omelette is super tasty too!)
A healthy take on American-style pancakes – no maple syrup in sight!
Quick and satisfying, using potatoes instead of noodles puts a fun twist on this Japanese dish.
Papaya gives this burger an exotic South American feel.
This may use a British classic vegetable but the mix of flavours gives it a truly global flavour.
Because there’s more to avocado than toast!
Another Asian dish that is completed by coriander.
Perfect for giving a BBQ or picnic a Middle Eastern feel.
A perfect taste of summer.
Made with bulgur wheat – a throwback to last month’s celebrations of grains.
It wouldn’t be a complete list without atleast one pudding on it – the Pavlova originates from New Zealand, and is named after a Russian ballerina.
Day 31: BBC Food’s Steak Pie
There may be some fabulous flavours from across the world – but British grub is pretty special too!