Blog Archives for tag coriander

‘Middle Eastern Spiced Lamb Chops with Poached Quince’

At the market this week, I found myself pleasantly surprised to see a basket of quince in the produce section…. Continue reading »

‘Chickpea-Spinach Masala’

The word masala is of Indian origin and translates into ”a mixture of spices.’  One of its most popular uses in a… Continue reading »

‘Persian-Style Carrots & Black-Eyed Peas’

This fragrant Persian-inspired side dish was… simply put, decadent.  A hearty mixture of tender black-eyed peas, carrots, herbs, onions, garlic… Continue reading »

‘Grilled Chicken with Cucumber-Radish Salsa’

A fresh fruit or vegetable salsa is a fantastic way to liven up grilled meats and fish–and they don’t necessarily… Continue reading »

Spicy Chicken, Black Bean & Butternut Squash Chili

You can spice this chili up-or-down based on your personal preference on heat.  I like to make my pots of… Continue reading »

‘Lime & Pomegranate Chicken Breasts’

With a brand new bottle of both pomegranate molasses and ground coriander, I began to crave a Persian-flavored dish.  I… Continue reading »

‘Middle Eastern Meatloaf with Pomegranate Glaze’

Everyday Whole Grains is a fabulous new cookbook from the Executive Editor of Cooking Light magazine. It features healthy recipes… Continue reading »

‘Spiced Marinated Lamb Chops with Garlickly Yogurt’

Not only do you serve these flavorful lamb chops with a garlic and lemon-infused Greek yogurt sauce, but the lamb… Continue reading »

‘Spiced Carrot-Pine Nut Soup’

This lovely deep orange-hued carrot soup gets it’s ‘spiced’ categorization from the combination of coriander, mustard seeds and fragrant Madeira wine…. Continue reading »

‘Moroccan Carrot Dip’

I picked up a magazine at a bookstore the other day filled with recipes from the talented staff of America’s… Continue reading »