Cilantro leaves deliver a punch of vibrancy, but don't forget about the stems. They offer just as much flavor as the foliage, plus an added bit of crunch when roughly chopped for salads and other summery delights.
The stems of this beloved herb are just as flavorful as the leaves. Pro Tip: Clip off about 1 inch of the fibrous ends of stems before using them in a recipe—especially salads.
Our first way to use it up is perfect for your next grill out. This cilantro and ginger-flavored mojo sauce is delicious served with grilled meats.