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10 Wonderful Ways of Cooking With Herbs

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If you grow your own herbs at home you'll know there's nothing more satisfying than picking them fresh to go straight into the pan.

With any number of varieties available, from classics like basil and oregano to bay leaves and coriander, they all add that special extra something and fresh colour to a number of dishes.

Here are 10 ways of cooking with herbs to enjoy them at their best.

Miso Soup with Tofu, Bean Sprouts and Herbs

Select your favourite fresh herbs to compliment this Japanese classic of miso soup and tofu.

Thai Shrimp Lettuce Wraps with Coriander

This zesty light salad makes for a great appetizer. Fresh coriander adds a distinct finishing touch.

Potato Slices with Aromatic Herbs and Shrimp

Chef Roland Trettl's creamed potato recipe is complimented by an aromatic blend of five varieties of fresh herb.

Meatballs and Herbs

Rosemary and thyme add a comforting and fragrant touch to this wonderful recipe for meatballs.

Tagliatelle with Zucchini, Peas and Basil Cream

Fresh basil adds a typical Italian touch to this light and zesty pasta dish.

Ravioli with Ricotta Cheese and Wild Herbs

Marjoram, oregano and basil combine beautifully against the back drop of fresh pasta and creamy ricotta filling.

Meatballs in Lemon and Bay Leaf Sauce

Bay leaves make all the difference to this meatball dish.

Cream of Grana Padano with Basil and Vegetable Sprouts

Tommaso Arrigoni and Eros Picco shared this delicious recipe with FDL for this tasty Italian cream cheese.

Salad of Peach, Citrus and Coriander

Coriander fans will love this light salad with the originality of fresh herbs paired with peach and citrus flavours.

Linguini with Swordfish, Zucchini and Mint

Kitchen favourites mint and parsley make an appearance in this tasty pasta and fish dish.

Want to get to know your herbs and spices better? Check out these 7 infographics which will give you a great starting point.

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