Product Details: Cilantro is the leaf of the coriander plant. The flavor resembles lemon and sage, mild and sweet, slightly pungent. Cilantro is commonly used in Southwestern and Thai dishes. We like to use it in soups, marinades, salsa, and dips.
Our Spice Jar (containing 0.53 ounces / 15 grams of product) is clear plastic with a black cap featuring a removable safety seal and two flip-top openings, one large enough for a measuring spoon and the other with sprinkle holes.
Ingredients: dried cilantro. All-natural ingredient. Packaged in a facility that also handles wheat, milk, soy, egg, sesame, peanuts, and tree nuts.
Nutrition Facts: Click here for data per 1 Tbls. serving (1 gram). Click here for data per 100 grams.
Volume: 1 cup ≈ 0.96 ounces / 1 pound ≈ approx. 16.67 cups
Shelf Life: 3+ Years when stored in an air-tight container, at room temperature or below, and out of direct light
We use this to make our: Cilantro Lime Guacamole Mix, Mild Firehouse Taco Seasoning, Garden Salsa Snack Seasoning Powder, Zesty Garden Vegetable Dip Mix, Garden Spinach Dip Mix, Dillicious Dip Mix, Create-Your-Own Salsa Mixes, Spicy Ghost Pepper Dip Mix, Southwest Chipotle Dip Mix, and Smokin' Hot Reaper Pepper Dip Mix
Recipe: Coconut Cilantro Lime Rice
Serve this delicious yet simple side with nearly any Mexican, Tex-Mex, Indian, or even Chinese dish for a sure hit!
1 1/2 cups long grain rice OR basmati rice, uncooked
1 3/4 cups warm water
1 cup coconut milk powder
1 Tbls. dried cilantro
1/2 tsp. salt
~ Measure rice into a sieve and rinse under cool water until the water runs clear, 1 to 2 minutes; set aside.
~ In a medium saucepan with a lid, whisk together water, coconut milk powder, cilantro, and salt. Zest the lime into the pan; set aside the lime for later use. Add the rinsed rice to the pan.
~ Bring the contents of the pan to a boil over medium-high heat. Stir, cover, and cook over low heat for 20 minutes, undisturbed.
~ Remove from heat. Halve the lime and juice it into the pan. Fluff with a fork to mix. Do not overmix.