Everyday is a party when salsa is involved. I'm a huge baby and can't handle too much spiciness so feel free to add some hotter chilies. I did all my shopping at Superior Market and it was all under $5 and I had a few tomatillos and a lime left over. I cooked all the stuff in a sauce pan but you could also roast them in the oven or over the fire if you have a gas stove. This is perfect for Cinco de March. Oh wait...
Every day is a party when salsa is involved and this tomatillo green chili salsa is one everyone is sure to love! It’s perfect for Taco Tuesday and Cinco de Mayo but even works to elevate everyday meals.
Roughly chop your tomatillios, tomatoes, garlic, chillies, jalapeno, and onion.
Saute them in a pan or pot with about ¾ cup water and salt and cumin.
After about 15 minutes(or when it's all cooked down and everything is soft) turn off the heat and add the cilantro and lime juice. Salt to taste.
Blend and chow down! Chips and salsa, in burritos, on nachos, in a kiddie pool with a straw... just enjoy!
Cook the veggies until soft to ensure the salsa blends up perfectly.
Adjust the spiciness to your own tastes!
Want a raw tomatillo salsa? No problem, skip the step of cooking and blend everything up in your food processor. When uncooked, tomatillo salsa is likely to be a bit tangier in flavor with a chunky texture.
Want a greener tomatillo salsa? Ditch the tomatoes and add more tomatillos.
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