Top Rated Tomatillo Recipes

For those from the Southwest and Texas, posole needs no introduction. It's a long-simmered, traditional soup from Mexico that's filling, flavorful and hearty.Recipe courtesy of Corrie Cooks
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tomatillo sauce
I've been evolving this recipe for years - first it got very complicated but recently I've learned to love a more simple (read easier to prepare) salsa.
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4.5
Roasted Tomato and Tomatillo Salsa
While most other recipes call for either roasted tomatoes or tomatillos as a base, this recipe calls for both. The result; a flavorful fusion of tart and sweet best served a little chilled. Recipe courtesy of Mexican Please
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4.5
Mango Salsa
Recipe Courtesy of Jorge Fitz, Beto Estua, and Mango.orgThe charred flavors of the onion and tomatillo give this salsa a powerful smokiness that is matched perfectly with the sweetness of the mango. Chipotles in adobo sauce add an element of heat that will have you going in dip-after-dip.
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4.5
Salsa Verde
This tried and true starter dish can be made with just five ingredients and pairs perfectly with tortilla chips or tacos. Recipe courtesy of Blue Apron
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4.5
Corn Tortilla
There's nothing like the corn that's available during these last few weeks of summer. You can also use canned if you like your corn a little sweeter. I like to grill mine and then finish it off in the pan, but do whatever works well for you. I like this recipe a lot as it's also a great vegetarian option that doesn't look like rabbit food.
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4.5
Pozole Verde
Cooked in a green tomatillo and poblano sauce this easy pozole verde takes just an hour to prepare and serve. Recipe courtesy of Mexican Please
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4.5
tomatillo salsa
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A basic Tomatillo salsa that gets better with age. Make at least twice as much as you think you'll want so that you have leftovers!
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Green Salsa With Tomatillos recipe - The Daily Meal
"Green salsa can be made any number of ways, but I think my roasted version is the best," says food and gardening blogger Valerie Rice. "It's a great condiment for Mexican food of all types and a fantastic option on grilled fish, shrimp or octopus; it also complements roasted chicken deliciously."This recipe was originally published in the New York Daily News.
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Shrimp Burrito with Tomatillo Salsa
Making a burrito isn't as labor-intensive as you think, especially because most of the ingredients can be bought ready-made at the store — salsa, guacamole, canned beans, and in this case, even cooked shrimp, if you're feeling particularly, ahem, lazy. But if you're going to make something from scratch here, I would insist on the salsa. You don't even need to chop anything for this one; just throw everything into a food processor and you'll have a fresher-tasting salsa than anything store-bought, with a balance of tanginess and heat that will make this burrito something special. Click here to see 6 Burrito Recipes: Simple or Sophisticated, You Decide.
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Rib-eye steaks with salsa verde
With high-quality rib-eye steaks, the best is to keep things simple — just sprinkle each side of the steaks with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper and get cooking. Topping the meat with a bright, fresh sauce like salsa verde just before serving adds color and a great contrasting flavor.  Click here for Beef Recipes for Any Night of the Week
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3.8
Tomatillo Corn Salsa
The main ingredient in salsa verde, tomatillos are like tangy cherry tomatoes but more fibrous. The addition of sweet yellow corn balances out the tartness of the tomatillos and lime juice. Serve this mild salsa with tortilla chips or use as a chunky topping for enchiladas.
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