Yes. More cilantro. I TOLD you I loved it. I made this on a whim when I wanted a snack, but didn’t want to go to the store to drop $4 for lime tortilla chips.
You can make it without the sunflower seeds. Or with only sunflower seeds. The focus is, of course, the cilantro salt. It’s what makes this snack worth eating.
Cilantro Almonds & Sunflower Seeds
1 ounce almonds
- 1 ounce sunflower seeds
- 2 tsp olive oil
- cilantro salt (or cilantro and salt), to taste
Heat a small pan over medium heat. While the pan warms, mix the almonds, sunflower seeds and olive oil together in a small bag or bowl. Add the cilantro salt. Shake or stir to coat the almonds and sunflower seeds with salt.
Add the mixture to the heated pan. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the almonds and sunflower seeds just begin to brown. Remove and let the almonds and sunflower seeds cool on a paper towel. Serve warm or room temperature.