Salsa Verde: Green Tomatillo Salsa

Recipe courtesy Rick Bayless. From Mexico: One plate at a Time; Scribner, 2000.
Episode: Mexico with Rick Bayless

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  • on September 27, 2012

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    This recipe seems so simple, but boy does it pack a LOT of flavor! I grow tomatillos and cilantro, and love salsa verde. I have been to Rick's Frontera Grill in Chicago, and have his book dedicated to various types of salsas (all are delicious!
    I made the ROASTED version, because I like a little smokiness in my salsa, and followed the recipe to a tee (even though I quadrupled it b/c of all the tomatillos I had on hand, and I was just in HEAVEN when I tasted it. I did can mine in Ball jars simply for the fact that I can't eat that much salsa at once! Just make the recipe, fill the jars, and process in your canning pressure cooker, and store.
    Leave it to Rick to come up with something AMAZING once again!

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