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Love this Recipe!!!can you say Yummy Yum Yum;) i used lime juice instead of vinegar and made a Salad dressing for my Greens...Delishhhhhh...
This is an awesome salsa! Used red wine vinegar and diced jalapeno from a jar. Served tonight on the side with Grilled Bourbon-Marinated Pork Chops or Pork Tenderloins. Great with tortilla chips, too! The more it chills the better.
ZWT4: A nice change of pace from the normal tomato based salsas!! Hubby LOVED the cilantro in this!!
Oh it is about time I find such a perfect green salsa recipe! I grow my own herbs and cilantro being one of my favorite I couldn't wait to try this. I used red wine vinegar which I worried would be too strong or make it too vinegary but it was perfect. I used a large jalapeno seeded. Served with Pulled Beef - Venezuelan Pabellon Criollo Made for ZWT 4
As a cilantro lover this really caught my eye. I used two Thai chile peppers because my store was out of jalapenos. I also added a little more garlic. Great with chips but I've saved it in the fridge to serve with grilled chicken,which will be fabulous. For ZWT.
My sister-in-law from Guatemala won't cough up all her secret recipes, this is one of them without the vinegar & pepper. Great on scrambled eggs w/cheese! I put it in a squirt bottle with cap.
Terrific!!! i have been nibbling on it for 2 hours and cant stop.
Fabulous! Served with tortilla chips, I had to stop my Dh from eating the whole thing. I only used 1/2 of a jalapeno because I am a wimp. Will make this again and again!
DH has an addiction to the _green sauce_ at a local South American restaurant. Since he refuses to attend the 12-step program, I've dutifully yet unsuccessfully attempted to duplicate the sauce just to keep him eating at home. This time heâ€™ll be believing I went there for lunch and brought home leftovers. ;-) I used 2 big, fat jalapenos - seeds, ribs and all. See me breathing fire? I also used 1/4 cup flat parsley to a 3/4 cup cilantro just to smooth the flavor. After the allotted mellowing and mingling time, I thought it needed just a touch of lime juice. Then it was absolutely the *perfect* sauce! Kate, you are my new best friend for posting this recipe! Thanks so much!
very authentic and yummy!