Roasted Tomatillo Salsa {Recipe}


I finally had the opportunity to use the tomatillos that came in the previous Farm Fresh Ventures produce box because jalapeños came in the next.  What better way to use them both quickly than to make a salsa.

Here's what I did:

Cut tomatillos in half, half of a white onion, a couple of cloves of garlic (unpeeled), and a jalapeño.  Place ingredients on parchment-lined cookie sheet.  Roast until browned.  You can use the broiler or roast at 450 degrees F.
Place all ingredients in a blender.  Add cumin and salt to taste.  Blend.  Then add a handful of cilantro.  Blend again.  At the end add a little lime juice.

I served mine on Way Better Snacks Simply Sweet Potato Tortilla Chips.
Here's they are in case you haven't heard of these:
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Buen Provecho,


  1. Yummy. Too bad we don't grow tomatillos here and can't make this salsa at home. I'd love to try this!

  2. This looks and sounds delicious Libby! I wish my stomach could handle onions and garlic. Those chips look great. I love sweet potato chips!

  3. That sounds and looks yummy! I'm not sure how long it would last here or if I would share. :)

  4. Yes please! I have made tomatillo salsa only once, but I loved it! I would definitely enjoy trying your recipe :) Thanks for sharing, my friend. Happy weekend to you!

  5. ohhhh this looks & sounds like a great snack! thanks for sharing the recipe libby : ) hope you have a nice weekend~

  6. the roasted part makes it even better!!

  7. O my gosh, that looks so good -- thank you for sharing! I trust you are doing super, dear friend *hugs*


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