Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Salsa Verde

Ingredients

4 tomatillos
2 green chillis
1/4 cup cilantro
1/2 cup onions (chopped)
1 small garlic clove
2 tbs oil
salt


Method

Remove husk and wash tomatillos , place on a baking tray

Roast them in a broiler for 10 to 15 min or until the outer layer is dark

In a blender add roasted tomatillos,onions,chillis,cilantro,salt ,garlic and oil Pluse 4 to 5 times for chunky salsa (if u want smooth salsa u can blend more)

Done, serve with tortilla chips

31 comments:

my comfort food said...

Last year my husband and I went to Mexico and we ate this a lot. Today I was thinking of these and there you posted it on your blog. I love this with nachos. my mouth is watering now...

Dhivya said...

wow!looks so tempting sagari!!!love these

priar's, said...

Hi,
ur salsa is tempting ....
nice presentation

farida said...

looks great! good alternative to salsa red:))

Cham said...

I love this salsa verde , it is tempting colour....

Madhavi said...

Hummmm salsa looks tempting :)) very nice pic!!!

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

Yummy salsa Sagari!!

Homecooked said...

Looks delicious!!! The pic is great too.

Arundathi said...

Mmmm - i love this!! And the Christmas salsa that you get in New Mexico - which is a blend of green Salsa Verde and red tomato salsa. Thanks for the recipe - have to find tomatillos in Chennai.

Pallavi said...

Looks so nice Sagari.

SMN said...

salsa luks yummy

Saswati said...

My mouth is watering sagari...love your recipes:)

Happy cook said...

Looks delicious.
Actually if i had them at the moment i would eat them

ANJALI J. said...

wow thats new to me.. sounds delicious..

Pravs said...

lovely salsa...looks good.

Siri said...

Sagari - the salsa looks so yum yumm.. I love Mexican food. btw, DK of Culinary Bazaar is having a A.W.E.D: Mexican event this month. This would be an awesome entry..:)

Siri

Pearlsofeast said...

Sagari, what a nice recipe.Looks delicious and very nice picture too.

AnuZi said...

Sagari, All I can say is wow! Salsa verde is my hubby's fav! being from Houston he always complains that the east coast (where we live currently) lacks really good Mexican food. So I try my hardest to make Tex Mex food at home and I will definitely add this as a must try :o) Thanks for sharing chica.

Uma said...

looks fantastic, Sagari! what a great idea to prepare this with tamatillos. Yummy Salsa Verde.

sashree said...

gr8 recipe wid gr8 pics...Thanx for visitin my site sagari...

bee said...

fantastic. this is one of the dips i love.

Archy said...

Wow, Good one sagari.. Salsa Verde Mexicon !! Very simple to make !!

Nice pic.. Feel like having it right from the pic :P!!

Vanamala said...

sounds tasty ... very simple. I love with chips.

Kalai said...

Definitely one of my favorite salsas, Sagari! Nice one. :)

Divya Vikram said...

Havent tried salsa at home yet..will try this soon Sagari..Nice pics..

aspiring annapoorna said...

Oh this looks really good! I usually just boil all the ingredients together on the stovetop and puree, then add herbs/scallions. The fire roasting must make the tomatillos really delicious!

Namratha said...

I love Salsa Verde, try it over Cheese Enchiladas..absolutely delicious! :)

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

oh wow! It's such a beautiful pic!!! And so simple to make too.. thank you!

DK said...

OMG..Is this called timing or what! You posted this yday??? I had a theme announced jus yday which your posts meets to the dot! Do chk it out and lemme know :)

Rosie said...

Sagari wow that looks so tempting!!!

Rosie x

Divya Vikram said...

I made this salsa with ur recipe sagari..turned out aawesome