Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Salsa Verde

My sister makes a really tasty homemade SalsaVerde. I've never attempetd to make it because that was her thing, but now that she lives in a different continent and I'm moving, I think I'll try to make it myself. I hope she doesn't kill me for posting this!

Jazibe's Salsa Verde

2 cans of tomatillos

4 or more jalapeños, boiled until soft, reserve the liquid


1/2 tsp of sugar

garlic salt to taste


Put all of the ingridients plus about 1/4 cup of the jalapeño's liquid in the blender, blend well or not, depending if you want a more chunkier salsa (you can add more liquid if you want to). Taste and adjust seasoning, if it's too acidic for your taste add a little bit more sugar, if it's too bland add more boullion and/or garlic salt.


This salsa is great with chips, but you can also add it to guacamole (or just plain mashed avocados with salt, maybe a litte sour cream to make it creamier, yum!).

If you don't have the time or inclination to make your own salsa try this brand, it's not bad at all.


1 comment:

madhatter said...

thanks for visiting my blog :)

your receipe sounds good - I think I will give it a try when we have our next barbecue...
thanks for sharing!