If you’re a fan of Mexican food and you love a good salsa, you have got try this Roasted Salsa Verde recipe. It’s made with fresh Tomatillos, Anaheim, Jalapeno and Poblano Peppers, some onion and roasted garlic that is blended together with a few other spices to really make it pop. It pairs well with practically any meat, for tacos and burritos, and tastes great over eggs or nachos.
Two other recipes I posted in the past, that are similar to this one, is my Green Enchilada Sauce and my Pork Chili Verde. My Fire Roasted Salsa is probably the most popular though. Anyone who’s tried these recipes raved about the finished product so, I highly suggest you move into those posts if you fancy this recipe.
Fire Roasted Chili Salsa Verde Ingredients: 5 cups, 40 oz.
6 Anaheim Peppers, fire roasted 3 Poblano Peppers, fire roasted 1/2 Large Onion, fire roasted 2 Roma Tomatoes 1/2 bunch Cilantro 5 Cloves Garlic, large 1 Lime, squeezed
I really just can’t say enough about this Pork Chili Verde recipe. But first off, just know that you don’t have to add the pork if you’re just wanting the Chili Verde. This recipe is good to go either way and it’s as good as it gets. If you don’t know by now, I’m a man of my word and I don’t post recipes unless they are the best of the best. So be rest assured that this recipe, like the many before this one, is a winner.
You’re going to need a Good Green Enchilada Sauce to make this and I’ve included my recipe for that below, but you can always use a can if you’re feeling lazy or if you just don’t want it to taste amazing. Also know that you can control the heat by adding or taking away the Jalapeno in this recipe all together. But I feel like one pepper along with the Anaheim’s is a great balance of heat. Even my kids were eating this without complaints and I felt like it had plenty of kick. We ate it till it was gone. So give this a try and let me know what you think!