Recipe by Chefraggio
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.
Directions See How It's Made
- Chop up the tomatillos, jalapenos (remove most of the seeds) and onion.
- Saute them in olive oil with garlic salt and mexican seasoning.
- chop up the tomatos and throw into the food processor with the sauted veggies, puree and eat.
- 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.