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Crops & Varieties: Tomatillos


Quick tips
We make a fantastic tomatillo salsa, and you can too! Roast tomatillos and mix with blend of chile peppers, garlic, onion, lime juice, cilantro or parsley and a bit of salt.

Fresh tomatillos have a bright tartness; most recipes call for roasting them, as this brings about a delicious sweetness.

Storage
In husks, they can be kept in the refrigerator for three weeks.

You may be receiving them with the husks removed; the best way to keep these is in a perforated or produce bag in the refrigerator. Use within about a week.

Recipes

Simply Recipes: Tomatillo Chicken Stew

What's Cooking, Mexico?: Mexican Tomatillo Rice

Soup and BreadVegan Posole for a Crowd (Use about ¼ the amounts listed here for pozole for a non-crowd... and use those fresh ingredients!)

Preparation types & times

Blanching: 3-5 mins
Broiling: 6-10 mins
Dry Roasting: 20-30 mins (in heavy or cast iron skillet with low heat)
Grilling: 6-12 mins


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Tomato Mountain Farm ~ N7720 Sandy Hook Rd, Brooklyn WI 53521 ~ info@tomatomountain.com ~ 608-335-1198

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