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Green Stuff

Submitted by: rmr1984 on July 17, 2011
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Green Stuff

If you’ve been reading The Henway lately, you’ve probably seen some of the “Epic Road Trip” series I’ve been posting, all about the family vacation that was also a personal pilgrimage as I discovered my heritage.

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Whilst on said road trip, we were spoiled nigh unto the point of …

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If you’ve been reading The Henway lately, you’ve probably seen some of the “Epic Road Trip” series I’ve been posting, all about the family vacation that was also a personal pilgrimage as I discovered my heritage.


Whilst on said road trip, we were spoiled nigh unto the point of rottenness by the amazing cooking of one very special lady. I love her. I wish the entire world could experience just a little bit of her goodness and light.

For one meal she created a roasted tomatillo hot sauce.

Now that we’re back home on the farm we use it on EVERYTHING, and it has become known as “The Green Stuff“… a name also adopted by my wonderful friend.

Soon it’ll probably have a Facebook following…ok maybe not.

It’s really easy, and I know there are a lot of different versions, but this is my simple, quick, family friendly version that goes with everything but ice cream.

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How to make Tomatillo Salsa:

  1. 1 pound tomatillos
  2. 1 full handful fresh cilantro
  3. 4 garlic cloves, adjust to taste, more or less
  4. 2-4 fresh jalapenos or use your favorite chilies, tops removed, seeded if you like
  5. Salt to taste

Remove husks from tomatillos. Roast on the grill.

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Toss the roasted tomatillos and the remaining ingredients in a blender and puree for about a minute.

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Store in a jar in the fridge.

I don’t know how long it keeps because we use it so fast.


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Rachel blogs at The Henway.

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  1. 7-17
    3:22
    pm

    Oooo! Sounds wonderful!
    lol! We have “the red stuff” here…

  2. 7-17
    3:23
    pm

    I grew tomatillos last year for salsa. We had tons of them. I like this recipe! Thank you!

  3. 7-18
    11:34
    am

    I wonder how you would have to modify this to can?

  4. 7-18
    12:06
    pm

    Carrie J look at this

    http://www.theeasygarden.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=31601

  5. 7-18
    3:07
    pm

    Thank you!! I am definitely going to try it…it looks delicious 🙂

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