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    Roasted Tomatillo Salsa



    Sigh, anybody want to run away to Mexico before winter really hits?

    Ingredients (Makes about 3 1/2 Cups of Salsa)

    5 Large Tomatillos, husked and roughly chopped

    3 Anaheim Peppers, roughly chopped

    Onion, roughly chopped

    2 Jalapenos, seeded and roughly chopped

    2 Large Cloves of Garlic

    1 Teaspoon of Salt

    1 Teaspoon of Pepper

    1 Cup of Beer

    A Handful of Fresh Cilantro



    After removing the husks from the tomatillos, make sure to give them a good wipe down with a wet paper towel to remove the stickiness from the surface of the tomatillo. Roughly chop all of the veggies. Place them in a large Pyrex dish. Season the veggies with salt and pepper. Add the beer and mix the vegetables to ensure they are evenly coated and in one even layer before they go in the oven.



    Set your oven broiler on high. Place the Pyrex dish on the bottom shelf in the oven. Roast for 30 minutes. After fifteen minutes remove pan and give the vegetables a good stir then return them to the oven.



    Let the vegetables cool completely. Add the vegetables and fresh cilantro to a food processor or blender and blend/puree the vegetables until they reach the consistency you like. I like my salsa on the thin side, so I tend to liquefy it.



    Tomorrow I will be taking my beef brisket chili and combining it with the roasted tomatillo salsa to create a wonderful dish that you can make any time with any left-over chili and salsa.

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    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I love tomatillo salsa... green sauce. makes me yearn for my Taqueria Arandas!
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    I want some NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    De-frickin-lish. Vegetable broth is a good sub for beer for the non boozers, its how I do mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel1973 View Post
    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I love tomatillo salsa... green sauce. makes me yearn for my Taqueria Arandas!
    Me, too. I'd kill for some good enchiladas verde right now. Sigh. Mexican food in the Boston area sucks ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBDSP View Post
    Me, too. I'd kill for some good enchiladas verde right now. Sigh. Mexican food in the Boston area sucks ass.
    BBDSP, where I live we can't even get Mexican food, unless I make it at home.... Even bad Mexican food would be an improvement..
    Quote Originally Posted by Air Quotes View Post
    De-frickin-lish. Vegetable broth is a good sub for beer for the non boozers, its how I do mine.
    Thanks AQ, I don't mind but MrN doesn't like the taste. Even if it have a teaspoon of booze in it he can taste it out. And he's a smoker.... I don't know how he does it!
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    Quick tip I learned from my MIL ; it's easier to remove the husks from tomatillos if you do so under running water.

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