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Old 09-20-2009, 08:25 AM   #1
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Salsa Verde> tomatoes?

I'm not sure if I have the spelling right so I apologize for that, but I was wondering if there is a simple recipe I can follow that will make a mild salsa Verde?

I have 4 tomoteos, and I would like to make a pizza sauce out them.

Any idea's?

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Old 09-20-2009, 10:11 AM   #2
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Salsa verde is a green sauce, were you intending to make this with your tomatoes? or was that a separate comment? It's usually made with tomatillos. Verde means green.
For the pizza, I would just thinly slice the tomatoes, lay them on your crust that has been drizzled with olive oil, top with mozzarella and basil (or oregano, or both).
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O.K.,I get it now, you have 4 tomatillos. No, not a pizza sauce, just google salsa verde and you will get several recipes. It is a Mexican sauce, and unless you like that on pizza, I would use it for green chili or an enchilada sauce, or as a just a salsa to eat with chips.
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O.K.,I get it now, you have 4 tomatillos. No, not a pizza sauce, just google salsa verde and you will get several recipes. It is a Mexican sauce, and unless you like that on pizza, I would use it for green chili or an enchilada sauce, or as a just a salsa to eat with chips.
Thank you for the help Wyogal, I'll look them up later!
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