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Pasilla de Oaxaca-Tomatillo Salsa

Not only does this salsa complement chicken flautas, it will enliven just about any dish, particularly grilled, broiled, or roasted meat,...

by Roberto Santibanez


Fresh Green Tomatillo Sauce

This green tomatillo version of the table salsa mexicana seems even more commonplace in Mexico’s snack parlors and street stalls than the...

by Rick Bayless


Fresh Tomatillo Salsa

In northern climes, tomatillos—the green tomato-shape fruits with the brown papery husks—are easier to find than they used to be. They a...

by Barbara Kafka and Christopher Styler


Chicken and Tomatillo Soup

One thing I miss about living in California is going out for inexpensive and wonderful Mexican food. I suppose a lot of it wasn’t totally...

by James Peterson


Avocado-Tomatillo Salsa

This relish is a close cousin to guacamole, made tarter and lighter by the inclusion of tomatillos. Their berrylike acidity adds a fresh ...

by Michael McLaughlin


Tomatillo Guacamole

Tomatillos, also called Mexican green tomatoes, belong to the nightshade family. They resemble small green tomatoes except that the tomat...

by Diane Morgan


Crumb-Coated Halibut with Tomatillo Salsa

Halibut is such a yummy fish! Go for the steaks, which tend to be more moist and flavorful than the filets. The crumb coating keeps all t...

by Jane Butel


Tomatillo Salsa

Tomatillos look like small green tomatoes with a papery husk on the outside. Once the husks are removed, they will be sticky and must be ...

by Carla Snyder and Meredith Deeds


Tomatillo Salsa

Tomatillos, which are not related to tomatoes, have a fruity, fresh flavor that complements most any food or dish they accompany.

by Jane Butel


Dai Tart Green Salsa

Like their cousins the Lao and the Shan, the Dai people of southern Yunnan are brilliant grillers. They use fire not only to cook but als...

by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid


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