Cilantro salad is a popular dish in Mexico, especially in the south, where it is popular as a way to take advantage of the bounty of the season.
Cilantro is also often added to the menu of tacos and tacos enchiladas in the United States.
To make it in your own kitchen, it’s easy.
Cumin, oregano, and cilantro are all part of a spice blend that can be made from any of the six main spices that make up the traditional Mexican food.
You’ll need to buy a few different spices and use a spice grinder or a blender to grind them all together.
But if you’re new to this whole thing, here’s a quick guide to making your own cilantro.
Wash your hands and place them on a towel to help get rid of any fingerprints.
You don’t want to put too much pressure on them either.
Wash and dry your hands.
Put them in the blender and blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute, depending on how much spice you want to use.
This will make a paste that can then be used for salads or tacos.
Add the spice paste to your food and mix well.
Add a little water to the mix and stir to combine.
The result is a very fragrant, flavorful cilantro paste that’s easy to serve.
This recipe has been adapted from a recipe on the official cilantro website.
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