Dried Romeritos Delimexico 50g
Empty the content into a pan with boiling water, stir slowly, remove from heat and let stand fo 3 minutes. Drain and cook as you wish
The romeritos (Suaeda torreyan) look like rosemary and taste like spinach makes them both a visual treat and a gustatory pleasure. This vegetable, which plays an integral culinary role in Mexico at Christmas and again during Lent, is often featured in recipes with chile-rich mole (romeritos con mole) or in patties with dried shrimp (romeritos con tortitas de camarón).
Romerito actually means “little rosemary” in Spanish. But it is there that the similarity ends. Though it resembles a soft, non-woody form of the herb rosemary, the flavor is somewhat tart and naturally salty. In fact, romeritos taste a lot like spinach. As an evergreen shrub that grows wild in marshy areas, romeritos tolerate a high saline content in the soil, and for this reason are often quite naturally salty.
But because they hold a special place in both the feast and daily foods of Navidad (Christmas) and Cuaresma (Lent), romeritos cross socio-economic lines by appearing on the tables of the rich and the poor.
Information about the nutritional value of romeritos, you can bet they provide both fiber and iron, as well as other minerals and vitamins. Romeritos or Suaeda torreyana, yet romeritos are an important food source.
Remember that romeritos are naturally salty. Be sure to check the seasoning before adding any salt.
Here you can see how to cook romeritos with mole:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XckbLfcFfVI