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Great recipe. I always serve it with my brisket tacos. The only changes I make are to roast the tomatillos on the grill in an aluminum foil pan coated with cooking spray while the brisket is slow cooking to the side. I roast them whole and the is no need to cut them up before blending. I also double both the habaneros and chipotles (my family loves very spicy fare). I also always serve it as Infierno Verde (Green Hell).
Absolutely amazing and so easy to make
Except for using a Habanero, I used a Jalapeno (Yeah, wimpy. I know) and this was gobbled up in minutes!! Great recipe! Nice post!
One of my favorite salsas of all time.
this stuff is amazing and exactly what i have been searching for! my husband and son are big fans of "green" salsa i always make a fresh (red) one so thought have to try this type overall its inexpensive to make as I always have cilantro/limes/garlic etc. in my fridge all i have to buy is tomatillos which in our stores go as low as .69 cents a lb so man I can make tons of these for cheap! the chipotle makes a nice smokey flavor - I didn't have the haban. pepper - a jalapeno but didn't seed it and included the membrane and holy cow that was hot enough! this will be a weekly staple in our house at all times... THANK YOU!
This salsa is goooood. Instead of the habinero and chipotle pepper, I used two jalapenos. I only used 1/2 lime because I don't like the lime to overpower the flavor. Awesome dinner with homemade tortilla chips. YUM!
Although at first taste I thought this salsa was too hot, I kept wanting more!
This was great. I added 5 serrano peppers because Meijers did not have a habanero.