Originally grown around present-day Greece, cilantro has been used as a culinary herb for a very long time. The leaves of the plant are usually referred to as cilantro, while the seeds are most commonly called coriander. The leaves and stems pair well with spicy foods. The leaves are often sprinkled like parsley on cooked dishes, or minced or puréed in sauces, soups, and curries. In Mexico and the Southwestern U.S., cilantro is used in everything from salsas and salads to burritos and meat dishes.
Our Herbs and Spices are sourced directly from the farmers and growers and are wildcrafted or cultivated without the use of commercial pesticides and fertilizers. We use these in all of our seasoning blends and are consistently turning our inventory, assuring freshness. We keep it out of the air and light until we fill your jar for maximum potency! Order with our 4 oz Square Mason jar that are debossed with gradation/volume markings helping them to stand out on the shelf , or order in the bag to refill your jars.