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maria pitagora says ...
I love cilantro,everyone in my family love them. My sister in law serves this cilanto pesto that is so good and healthy. We use it as a dip for pita chips and it's good with sandwiches Here is the recipe. Cilantro Pesto 2 cloves garlic 1/2 cup raw almonds 1 bunch cilantro 3 Tblsp lemon juice 3/4 cuo olive oil 1/2 tsp sea salt Place all ingredients in a food processor in the order listed above and blend until smooth. If you want it more or less chunky, decrease or increase the proportions of lemon juice and oil, but always keep the ratio of 3 parts oil to 1 part lemon juice. makes 1 cup.
06/05/2010 1:59:11 PM CDT
Binal Shah says ...
Grind peanuts and few green chillies, add a bunch of cilantro (along with some of it's stems), salt, lime juice and litte sugar and little water. Grind it to a nice paste, to spread on bread in sandwiches, or use it as a dip with chips or samosas (indian dish). One can also add few mint leaves for more flavor. Store the paste in the freezer, and thaw it whenever needed. It lasts about a month, the top layer may get oxidized, but it is still good to eat.
06/06/2010 9:26:46 AM CDT
Aimee says ...
I love love love cilantro as well! Doucing it with lemon juice will make it last longer as well!
06/06/2010 11:00:15 PM CDT
Ti says ...
In response to Jen...If you find it expensive, grow it in your window!! A small plan can grow a lot! During my apartment life, I always grew my own herbs. It was the best plus the aroma was lovely! Now I have a small array of pots on my front porch of various herbs.
06/10/2010 5:03:37 PM CDT
Andrew says ...
HATE it! It makes my tounge go numb, and everything tastes pungent. It's horrible.
09/19/2010 12:29:28 AM CDT

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