How do you use tomatillo salsa?

How do you use tomatillo salsa?

Easy Tomatillo Sauce A pound of fresh tomatillos, husked and briefly simmered, becomes a delicious green sauce in under an hour. Use it to make enchiladas, chilaquiles, and a whole lot of other vibrant, zesty Mexican dishes.

What's the difference between green tomatoes and tomatillos?

Tomatillos have a slightly more acidic, slightly less sweet flavor than ripe and unripe tomatoes. Overall, the flavor is more vegetal and bright, and the interior texture is denser and less watery.

What can I do with under ripe tomatillos?

Q. What to Do With Unripe Tomatillos. We have an abundance of unripe tomatillos and would like to know if they will ripen in the house, or can you eat them. Simply place them in a brown paper bag for a few days and they will ripen just like tomatoes do.

Can I use under ripe tomatillos?

Unripe tomatillos (left) and ripe tomatillos (right). Strangely, the unripe ones are preferable for most uses. ... You may want to use these ripe fruit to make cooked tomatillo sauces (e.g., for enchiladas or chilaquiles), since those sauces are often cooked down to mitigate the tartness of the initial tomatillo puree.

Are tomatillos tomatoes or peppers?

Tomatillos are small, round fruits resembling little tomatoes bearing a papery outer covering. They are members of the nightshade family, along with tomatoes, potatoes, and peppers. ... Other names include husk tomato, husk cherry, Mexican tomato, jamberry, and ground cherry.