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Pati Jinich Salsa Verde Cruda with Avocado

Salsa Verde Cruda with AvocadoSalsa Verde Cruda con Aguacate

Serves: makes about 2 cups salsa

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Ingredients

1 pound tomatillos, husks removed, rinsed and halved

1 ripe avocado, halved, pitted, meat scooped out

2 tablespoons coarsely chopped white onion

1/4 cup coarsely chopped cilantro leaves and top part of stems

1 jalapeño or serrano chile

3/4 teaspoon kosher or coarse sea salt, or to taste

To Prepare

Combine the tomatillos, avocado, onion, cilantro, chile (you can add half of the chile first, and add more if you want more heat…) and salt in a blender or food processor. Puree until smooth.

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Comments

Pati :
I made your green salsa cruda , but I must have done something wrong
becuase it came out saltly. I made it with canned tomatillo and I forgot to rinse them. I did’t put any salt in it. It does taste good but too salty for my taste. How do I fix it?
Thank you
Ana Luisa

Hola Ana, Thank you for trying the recipe! Maybe try it with fresh tomatillos, next time, or look for salt-free or low-salt canned tomatillos…



Today I made the carnitas and the salsa verde they both turned out awesome. Using fresh tomatillos is the only way to go
thamk you

I agree! Fresh tomatillos are the best.



I just watched you make this recipe on TV. You added cheese but it is not listed on the recipe on this site. Can you tell me what cheese it was?

You can use Queso Fresco, farmer’s cheese, or anything light and crumbly…



We can’t get enough of this salsa verde! My husband can even do it. Between your videos & recipes he’s been able to make several of your wonderful recipes. I hope you can post even more videos this season. It makes such a difference to those lacking in experience. It is very easy to find fresh tomatillos in our small town in Oregon they’ve become a new favorite ingredient! So glad I saw your show one day when I was home from work. I am spreading the word.

Thank you!! Will try to post more videos soon…



Hi Pati i am making your carnitas for the first time for my mexican husband who loves carnitas we are having them for breakfast with the queso fresco n limes n avacados n pickled jalepenos… yummt! Ty for this recipe it is more healthy then the lard cooked carnitas! I love your show! Keep it up your authentic recipes are fantastic!

What a fabulous breakfast that will be!



I made both the carnitas and the salsa verde. Better then on TV!! The recipe far exceeded my expectations. Who knew I could cook Mexican :D Thanks Pati!

Woohoo!! Gracias, Darylyn.



absolutely LOVE your show and watch you every week! We have made your chicken inga many,many times and it is amazing! We are going to be making your carnitas and salsa Verde tomorrow night! Looks yummy!

I hope you love the carnitas con salsa verde as much as we do! Thanks for watching the show :)



I’ve been experimenting with tomatillo salsas forever trying to find the right combination of ingredients a d flavors. I made this today to serve with grilled skirt steak. It’s perfect! And so simple. Thanks for sharing!

Yay! Thank you for trying it!!



when i was young in the late 50’s & early 60’s my dad would take the family out for mexican food my sister and i would have a combo plate. it had a burro, tamale,enchiladas beans & rice what i would like to know is. how did they make the sauce for the enchiladas and tamles back then ? that was way before the wet burito. all burros where dry with cheese. we lived in phx. arizona then,but the sauce was awsome, only on enchiladas & tamales how could i find out or would you have some ideas on what they would have used for
the sauce back then ? please help. rich.:-) salsa verde & carnitas were awsome


Pati,
Love your show, my other half Monty and I are making your
carnitas and salsa tonight, cant wait!!!!!!!!!!!! I was wondering
if at all possible you could please post the basic Mexican Pantry Essentials it would be greatly appreciated!! Thank”s for everything.
All the recipes we have made out of your cookbook or show’s have been absolutely AWESOME!!!!!
Thank You
Margot

Thank you Margot, Mexican Pantry Essentials is a great idea for a post….



I loved your Carnitas and salsa. I was just in San Diego and there are many places to get good Carnitas but in Denver it’s just not the same. So I made yours and have that taken care of. I did use more meat so I added so Vegetable broth to it. Worked great! I then removed the fat from the broth and added chile Molido pura and let it cook down. So now I have two kinds of toppings. Red and green. THE BEST TACOS EVER!!!



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