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This was fantastic with some tortillas dipped in it and filled with grilled chicken, more sauce and some cheese and heated up.
This was the first time I made Tomatillo Sauce. It tasted a little sweet. I may add some sosur cream of plain yogurt or add some more seasoning.
Great enchilada sauce for those who can't do chiles. I just eliminated them and it was still delicious!
i hate to be the only one that didn't love this but we didn't love it. I used for enchiladas and the sauce was so tangy. I think I could have added more garlic. I don't have a cast iron skillet so I roasted the veggies in the oven under the broiler. I might make it again but I'm not sure.
This is such a wonderful sauce! I served it over enchiladas, and it was great. Thanks for sharing!
First time ever using tomatillos. Fantastic.
Just made this to go with my tamales...only added one jalapeno. Delish! Thanks for sharing!
I have never cooked tomatillo's before, but I love enchiladas with green sauce, so I thought I'd give it a go. I made it exactly as directed and the 2 jalapeno's were just the right amount of heat -it's pretty hot which I love. I love the idea of roasting the vegetables. This was so simple to make and very healthy -just fresh vegetables, nothing canned. I put it over the enchiladas that Melvin'sWifey suggested the Addictive Green Enchiladas. This was amazing! Served with Sweet Corn Cake like they serve at many of the chain Mexican restaurants. Perfect meal with a cold beer!
Thank you so much for this fabulous recipe! I love that this recipe get's it's entire flavor from the veggies themselves instead of a whole bunch of spices... and alot of flavor it is! Hubby's favorite, most often request is my Addictive Green Enchiladas which I make with a green canned enchilada sauce. I had a bag full of tomatillos so I thought this would be the perfect, fresh sauce for his favorite recipe instead of the canned stuff. I was right! I seeded both of the jalapenos and it was still quite hot! I also added an extra 2 cloves of garlic. My only difficulty was when I went to puree the roasted veggies...with absolutely no liquid in there, it wouldn't go! So I did have to add about 1/2 cup of the chicken stock into the blender at this point but in no way did it ruin anything! This sauce was fun to make, delicious, and fresh... can't get any better than that!
this sauce was good and i followed directions i thought. I cut the stem off the jalapenos but left the seeds inside. Granted my jalapenos were on the large side and I still used 2. I like things very hot and this was too hot for me. I ended up back at the market for 3.5 lbs more tomatillos and grilled and pureed and then used another 1.5 cups of stock and cooked it for the 30 minutes. Then i mixed 4 parts tomatillos/stock only with 2 parts killer from the first try and got a ton of sauce to freeze.