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Old 12-08-2004, 03:20 AM
 
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A box of tomatillo or a can of tomatillo.

Traditionally cooked tomatillos are combined in a blender with serrano chiles,
roasted garlic, cilantro to taste, and salt to taste to make a green hot sauce.
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A box of tomatillo or a can of tomatillo.

Traditionally cooked tomatillos are combined in a blender with serrano chiles,
roasted garlic, cilantro to taste, and salt to taste to make a green hot sauce.
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Old 12-08-2004, 03:43 PM
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Make Tomatillo salsa and can it
tomatillos
garlic
onions
jalapenos
cilantro
salt & pepper to taste
oregano
cumin to taste
lime juice
olive oil

sautee onion and garlic and spices in a large pot in olive oil , add chopped jalapenos, and rest of the ingreidents and bring to a simmer , simmer for 10 15 mins , and can
Good Luck !
Todd




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Make Tomatillo salsa and can it
tomatillos
garlic
onions
jalapenos
cilantro
salt & pepper to taste
oregano
cumin to taste
lime juice
olive oil

sautee onion and garlic and spices in a large pot in olive oil , add chopped jalapenos, and rest of the ingreidents and bring to a simmer , simmer for 10 15 mins , and can
Good Luck !
Todd




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Try this if you wish. It is easy to prepare and has been a favorite of mine
for years.

Brown 3 lbs. pork in 1" cubes, remove and set aside. Sometimes I will use
picnic ribs instead.
In the same pan sauté one diced onion and a couple cloves of chopped garlic
for a few minutes
add a dozen or so of your tomatillas chopped small along with:
1 tsp marjoram
1/2 tsp Mexican oregano
1 T dried cilantro or twice that fresh (I just tie several sprigs of
cilantro together, throw it in whole and remove at finish)
1 1/2 cups chicken stock
1/4 cup fresh chopped green chilies or a couple small cans (3.5 oz size) of
the same
1 chopped jalapeño
return pork and simmer covered for an hour. Add additional fresh cilantro
at the end and serve with or over rice


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