Cilantro leaves: Coriandrum sativum. Cilantro is the leaf of the herb most the world knows as coriander. Its use can be traces back over 5000 years. Cilantro is more than just tasty, it’s also antimicrobial. The essential oils in cilantro are especially effective against Listeria bacteria, and also slow the growth of E. coli and Salmonella. Combining cilantro with onion or garlic increases its ability to keep food fresh.
Dried cilantro leaves are best used in cooked dishes, not salads or salsas. It’s great in Mexican dishes, rice dishes, soups, chili, and works well with a variety of meats.
.4 oz. & .9 oz.