Coriander Bunch, often known as cilantro, is utilised frequently in international cuisines. It is frequently used as a garnish or as an ingredient in foods like curries, salsas, soups, and salads because of its distinctive, pungent flavour. Coriander can be used fresh or dried for cooking. You can chop fresh coriander leaves and sprinkle them on food or add them to soups and salads. You can add dried coriander as a garnish or add it to meals as they’re cooking. The top coriander dishes in Australia include coriander-crusted fish, chicken with coriander and lime, tomato salsa, coriander and lime-infused couscous, and lamb with coriander seasoning.