Each month we are bringing you a collection of our favourite herb recipes so that you can make every day herbilicious.

This month we’ve been inspired by the wonderful flavours of Asian cuisine..

Day 1. Bon Appetit’s Tofu Yum-Yum Rice Bowl

This marinade made with coriander (cilantro) and basil is equally delicious on ribs and chicken.

Day 2. Saveur Mag’s Hanoi-Style Breakfast Pho

A fabulous example of how even breakfast can be made herbilicious.

Day 3. Jamie Oliver’s Chicken Noodle Stir Fry

Protein-rich, quick, easy…and all in one-pan.

Day 4: BBC Food’s Thai Tofu Panang Yorkshires

An Asian twist, on a British classic.

Day 5: Relish’ Spicy Udon Noodles with Shrimp

Basil, mint and coriander combine to add a flavoursome punch in these noodles.

Day 6: Herbilicious Thai Prawn & Coriander Noodle Salad

One of our very own – packed full of Asian flavour, spices and coriander.

Thai Prawn & Coriander Noodle Salad

Day 7: Whole Grain Goodness’ Vietnamese Spring Rolls

Colourful, packed with flavour and healthy too – what more do you need?

Day 8: Bon Appetit’s Lemongrass and Coconut Curry

The intense citrus flavour of lemongrass gives this curry a real zing.

Day 9: Jamie Oliver’s Salmon and Sweet Potato Traybake

Nothing fishy about this dish…except the salmon.

Day 10: Saveur Mag’s Chinese Coriander Peanut Salad

We’re nuts about this oriental salad.

Day 11: Herbilicious Indian Scrambled Naans

This recipe makes an exotic side to any curry – or a brunch dish on its own.


Day 12: The Happy Foodie’s Baked Onion Bhajis

Baking instead of deep frying makes these healthier – but no less delicious than normal Bhajis.

Day 13: Taste’s Madras Beef Curry

Plenty of flavour..and even more heat!

Day 14: The Telegraph’s Lamb Curry with Tomatoes, Garlic & Garam Masala:

the lamb may be slow cooked but it is definitely worth the wait.

Day 15: BBC Good Food’s Thai Green Chicken Curry

The recipe asks for a ‘good handful’ of basil leaves…we wouldn’t have it any other way!

Day 16: NYT’s  Korean Grilled Beef Lettuce Wraps

A taste of Asia, via America – herbs truly are global superstars!

Day 17: Honest Cooking’s Sambal Undang

A prawn sambal…just like grandma used to make!

Day 18: Jamie Oliver’s Rojak

Packed with the fresh flavours of Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.

Day 19: Healthy Food Guide’s Quinoa, Tofu and Vegetable Stir Fry  

A herbilicious stir fry that would have been equally at home in our celebration of grains.

Day 20: Food & Wine’s Vietnamese Chicken Meatballs in Lettuce Wraps

Serve these up as an impressive looking dish for friends and family.

Day 21: Bon Appetit’s Braised Spiced Pork with Cao Lau Noodles

Serve with extra herbs so everyone can customise their own bowl.

Day 22: The Telegraph’s Butter Chicken

Indian dishes don’t have to be hot to be flavoursome.

Day 23: Epicurious’ Hainanese Chicken Rice

This recipe originates from Hainan, a tropical island off China’s southern coast.

Day 24: Waitrose’s Stir Fried Pork with Pepper and Sage

Sage may be associated with stuffing but this dish proves it has other uses too.

Day 25: Herbilicious Asian Stuffed Salmon

A show stopper of a fish dish that’s sure to impress.


Day 26: Food and Wine’s Kumquat Mojitos

Asian fruit flavours (Kumquat and Kalamansi) give this rum cocktail a different twist.

Day 27: All Recipe’s Authentic Pho

Proof that authenticity is a good thing.

Day 28: The Guardian’s Vietnamese Inspired Pork and Coriander Meatball Noodle Soup

A fragrant broth, infused with ginger and lemongrass, with herby meatballs.

Day 29: Taste’s BBQ Fish with Thai Dressing and Coconut Rice

BBQ by name – but easy and delicious cooked under the grill.

Day 30: Fine Cooking’s Thai Beef Salad with Mint and Coriander

A herbilicious meaty dish for a midweek supper.

Day 31: Delicious Magazine’s Thai Duck Curry

A zesty thai curry that makes a great takeaway alternative.

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