About The Product
Cilantro, otherwise called coriander or Chinese parsley, is a well-known spice utilized in numerous foods all over the planet. The leaves and stems of the cilantro plant are utilized in cooking and have an impactful, citrusy flavor. The seeds of the plant, which are known as coriander seeds, are likewise utilized in cooking and have a somewhat sweet and zesty flavor.
Cilantro is plentiful in nutrients and minerals, including L-ascorbic acid, vitamin K, potassium, and calcium. It likewise contains cell reinforcements that can assist with safeguarding the body from harm brought about by free radicals.
Cilantro lime rice
1 cup long-grain white rice
1 and 1/2 cups water
1/4 cup new cilantro, hacked
1 lime, squeezed
1 tablespoon olive oil
Salt to taste
Wash the rice in cool water and channel it.
In a medium-sized pot, heat the rice and water to the point of boiling over high intensity.
When the water reaches boiling point, decrease the intensity to low and cover the pot with a tight-fitting top.
Cook the rice for 18-20 minutes, or until all the water has been ingested and the rice is delicate.
While the rice is cooking, hack the cilantro and juice the lime.
When the rice is cooked, eliminate it from the intensity and allow it to sit covered for 5 minutes.
Cushion the rice with a fork and add the slashed cilantro, lime juice, olive oil, and salt to taste.
Combine everything as one until the rice is equitably covered.
Serve hot as a side dish to your number one Mexican or Latin American dishes.