Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

So I went to Homeland, a local grocer in Oklahoma, and the had these pre-prepared packages of vegetables. Unfortunately they had no label or directions but I saw green tomatos (sorry tomatillos), red tomatos, and jalapenos with a package of seasoning and said this must make "salsa verde," granted I didn't see the red tomatos.So I went home and made the best "salsa verde" I've ever tasted. I don't know the exact ingredients or measurements of the seasoning but I have an educated case.


  1. Chop up the tomatillos, jalapenos (remove most of the seeds) and onion.
  2. Saute them in olive oil with garlic salt and mexican seasoning.
  3. chop up the tomatos and throw into the food processor with the sauted veggies, puree and eat.
  4. If you want you to dip food in that's fine, it will be a little throat burning. For more heat leave the jalapeno seeds in or try a hotta peppa.