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Tomatillos should be bright green and firm, with dry paper-thin husks. When used raw, they brighten any salsa.

Source: Everyday Food, June 2008
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Tomatillos are available in Latin groceries and many supermarkets. Refrigerate them up to 1 week; remove the husks and wash off the sticky coating before using.

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  • UnrulyBliss
    31 MAY, 2013
    We serve this over Martha's steak taco recipe and it's soooooo delicious. I love making extra so that I have it for other dishes throughout the week!
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  • julls
    15 JUL, 2012
    Absolutely delicious! So fresh and fit, I could eat tons of it. I can't wait for the next farmers market to buy more tomatillos.
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  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply
  • ntsisterz
    27 FEB, 2010
    I found that this recipe is better not processed or blended. If you refrigerate it for about an hour it breaks down the flavors just enough and maintains a great appearance and better flavor. Great garnish for soups and stews!.
    Reply

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