How long can you keep tomatillo salsa?

How long can you keep tomatillo salsa?

Storage suggestions: This salsa verde should keep well in the refrigerator, covered, for at least 1 week. If you added avocado, it will keep well for about 3 days—be sure to press plastic wrap against the top surface to prevent oxidation.

How do you use frozen tomatillos for salsa?

There are a few options on what you can do with frozen tomatillos. You can puree them up to make a sauce, or even freeze them as a puree. You can add the tomatillos to salsa or salad, or you can throw in sliced up or whole tomatillos into a stew, sauce, or soup.

Can I freeze raw tomatillos?

Tomatillos can also be frozen. To freeze them, peel the husk, rinse and dry the fruit. Place them in one layer on a baking tray (optionally lined with parchment paper) until frozen. Then place the frozen tomatillos in freezer bags.

What can I plant next to Tomatillos?

Companions Marigolds and nasturtiums to attract pollinating bees. Basil, mint, chives, sage, parsley, garlic to repel insect pests. Capsicums, carrots, onions and brassicas grow well next to tomatillos.

Do tomatillos need pruning?

While tomatillo pruning isn't absolutely necessary, you can improve the health of the plant and the yield by pruning. ... Pinching out suckers lets more sunlight into the central parts of the plant and allows better air circulation while dense foliage promotes slow growth and disease.

Do you plant tomatillos deep like tomatoes?

You can set plants deep like you would a tomato, burying nearly 2/3 of the plant. Space plants about 3 feet apart with a trellis or cage to support them as they grow. Treat tomatillos as you would tomatoes, keeping the soil evenly moist.

Do tomatillos have deep roots?

Tomatillos are much like their nightshade family cousin the tomato, in that the plant sprouts roots along the stems, so it profits from being planted deeply in the garden.

How close do tomatillos need to be to pollinate?

Sow and Plant Start seeds indoors in late spring and set seedlings out after the last frost has passed and the soil is warm. Set plants about 3 feet (1 m) apart. Grow at least two plants, spaced close together, to insure good pollination.

Are tomatillos easy to grow?

They're also easy to grow, and a couple of plants — even in a pot — will produce an abundant crop. Tomatillos, also known as husk tomatoes, are in the nightshade family (as are tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants). They thrive in hot summers, but they will grow well even in areas without baking summer sun.