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Synonyms for tomatillo

Mexican annual naturalized in eastern North America having yellow to purple edible fruit resembling small tomatoes

annual of Mexico and southern United States having edible purplish viscid fruit resembling small tomatoes

small edible yellow to purple tomato-like fruit enclosed in a bladderlike husk

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What's nice is you can grill your onions, tomatillos, and peppers until they are charred and throw them in a (food processor), pulse it a bit, and you have salsa."
Part of the tomato lineage, tomatillos should be grown similarly.
The class, which was set to last through the afternoon, covered the basics of canning using different styles, freezing and drying tomatoes, how to make tomato sauce and three different kinds of salsa including mango, chili and tomatillo.
De Milpa or Purple de Milpa tomatillos have a distinctly stronger flavor with smaller 3/4-inch green to purplish fruits, typical of the type growing wild in Mexican cornfields.
1 small red onion 1tsp brown sugar Zest and juice of 1 lime Tomatillos (if you can't get them, you can use tomatoes but then it's just a salsa as it's no longer green!) Red chilli pepper 1 garlic clove Handful of coriander Salt and pepper 1 Chop the onion and combine with the sugar and zest and juice of the lime in a bowl.
Prepare a grill for high heat and quickly grill the tomatillos. Set aside.
Add the grilled tomatillos and the remaining ingredients (except the optional coconut water) and puree until smooth, about one minute.
There are only three basic steps to making green mole: Whip up a pur`e of toasted pumpkin seeds, tomatillos and chilies in a blender; sear the pur`e in oil and cook it until it thickens slightly; then add chicken stock and simmer until the mixture is creamy.
Flames also allow for rapid peeling and pasteurizing of vegetables such as tomatoes, onions, peppers, jalaperios and tomatillos, with limited damage to the product (increasing yields) and minimal labor (increasing safety and efficiency).
Arrange the tomatillos, mangos and red onion on a rimmed baking sheet and brush with olive oil.
In her spare time, she gardens feverishly--and while her lettuce may be wilting, the summer heat is doing wonders for her tomatillos, chili peppers and Asian eggplants.
Additionally, Mizkan's Border Foods operation is the nation's oldest and most respected processor of green chiles, jalapeno peppers, tomatillos and enchilada sauces.
Texas: Tomatillos! Summer night temperatures get too hot for them to produce here in Texas, so I start my tomatillos in early spring and late summer to take advantage of the cooler weather.--Beau Barnette
Start with a layer of spicy salsa--my favorite is made with avocados, tomatillos, onions and cilantro.