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Warmed coriander makes an extraordinary salad

Coriander flavours truly bloom when heated

A coriander dish from a forthcoming recipe book may be of interest to chefs looking for new ways to use culinary herbs.

Lynne Rossetto Kasper and Sally Swift, hosts of the weekly US radio show The Splendid Table, shared their orange onion salad with warmed coriander with Associated Press.

"This North African salad was dreamed up as a lesson in getting the most from your spice rack," they explained.

The recipe is prepared by filling a bowl with ice cubes, onion and water and leaving in the fridge for a few hours.

Oil, orange zest and coriander are then combined and heated for a maximum of two minutes before being left to cool, which the chefs say enables the "flavours and fragrances [to] truly bloom".

They recommended serving the drained onion and orange on a platter, scattered with the remaining ingredients.

The dish may have health benefits, as recent research published in the Journal of Medical Biology suggested that coriander could be toxic to harmful bacteria.

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