If you are fortunate enough to grow your own tomatillos or have access to a Mexican grocery, here is a delectable sauce to make a staple in your menu planning. It can be used as a base for soups, salsas and sauces. Be creative. Watch our tomatillo sauce video below or follow the written instructions.
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Thanks for this, Amanda. I’ve read about tomatilloes in vegetarian cookbooks but I’ve never seen or tasted one. I’m jealous!
Thanks for sharing! When I make my tomatillo salsa, I like to roast my tomatillos and peppers instead of boiling them. Gives the salsa a nice smoky flavor. 🙂
perfect for end of tomato season
Yummy, thank you so much for sharing 🙂
This recipe looks fantastic. I would love for
you to come share it at FAT TUESDAY. I hope you
will put FAT TUESDAY on your list of carnivals
to visit and link to each week!
Oh THANK YOU …. l spent some time in Mexico and l have been trying to find this recipe for SOOO long thank you you have no idea how happy l am …. NOW all l have to do is find the seeds in Australia and grow them so l can cook this … my taste buds thank you : )