By Mami J on August 29, 2008
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"This is a very traditional salsa from the region of Jalisco. It tastes best when the tomatillos are small and tinged with purple. It goes great with any meat or seafood, especially good with carne asada. The yield and number of servings is approximate."
Serving Size: 1 (49 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"This is a great recipe! DH loves the green sauce and he really enjoyed this. Great fresh taste; will probably add 1 more chili to up the spice a bit next time. Thanks for posting your recipe! Made for the Top Favorites of 2009 event"
"So good!! I love it and can't wait to put it on our meal tonight. I used the same amount of salt as in the recipe and put in 3 chilies. I also added 4 tomatillos but next time I think I will add 1 or 2 more since 4 wasn't quite a 1/2 lb. The heat was just right and the flavor was perfect. Thanks for sharing this, I will be making it often! Made for ZWT5"
"Fantastico! This salsa verde was very easy to make and the flavor was out of this world delicious! Not to hot, not to mild. Thanks for a great authentic salsa recipe! PS.. I did cut back the salt as well after reading cookiedog's review."
"This stuff is wonderful! My DBF is from Jalisco and he thoroughly enjoyed this recipe. He poured it all over his plate! I have never made a tomatillo salsa without cilantro and onion and I have to say that as much as I love cilantro, I didn't miss it one bit. I cut back the salt and water by half and that was just perfect for us. Thank you Mami- Your suegra is a good cook!"