Coriander pesto makes a delicious change from the more traditional basil. Try it as a sauce for pasta, or on baguettes or in a chicken recipe.
I make this delicious vegetarian pasta with coriander pesto but you can use other fresh herbs. Serve with plenty of freshly grated Parmesan.
Everyone loves pesto - try this version which adds cayenne pepper and white wine vinegar for a little more kick! Serve over your favourite pasta.
Tasty rice noodles tossed in a homemade pesto that is made in your food processor with fresh coriander, Thai basil, peanuts, garlic cloves and a green chilli.
Coriander makes a nice change from basil in this pesto which can be used as a dip or on pasta. It's got a little heat to it.
Try to get Tasmanian Atlantic salmon if it's in season. But any salmon will do, just make sure it's fresh. However, if there are no good quality scallops available, just omit them.
This is a spicy alternative to classic basil pesto. You can control the spiciness by using less chilli and by removing the seeds and white membrane of the chilli before adding it to the pesto. If you like the spice, just throw it all in!
This is an Asian themed pesto I invented which adds Vietnamese mint (also called Vietnamese coriander) to the basil and substitutes peanuts for pine nuts.
An amazingly colourful and flavourful barbecued fish recipe. Also works with other fish such as snapper and swordfish. The barbecue provides a lovely smoky aroma.
I was looking for a stronger type pesto sauce for my spaghetti squash and created this, but is does work well on normal spaghetti too. It also is a great sauce on chicken and fish with its Asian flavours.
Wholemeal pasta is a good source of complex carbohydrate and has a low GI value. Tossed with steamed summer vegetables and a fresh mint pesto, this makes a tempting and satisfying meal.