Tomatillos are those green “tomatoes” with the papery skin you often see near the chili peppers in the produce section at the grocery store. They have a bright, tart flavor and form the foundation of many Mexican sauces.
This easy stovetop chicken stew with corn and potatoes uses just such a sauce. It’s a perfect meal for right now – all the fresh flavors of summer, but so warming on a crisp fall day.
A sprightly sauce of cilantro and tomatillos (similar to green tomatoes) graces this simple Mexican dish.
4.25 / 5 Stars | 4 Reviews by Sarah "Fresh tilapia fillets are lightly pan-fried in chili-seasoned flour, then served with a tangy-sweet roasted red pepper and tomatillo sauce." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
A spicy chicken dish with a tomatillo sauce, best served over rice and accompanied with beans (black, red, or pinto are probably best). To increase the heat of the dish, you can always add more chiles - perhaps a serrano pepper.
4.4 / 5 Stars | 2 Reviews by Subi Roseline Joseph "Chili sauce and ginger-garlic paste form the foundation for a pungent marinade that transforms into a zesty cooking sauce for chicken, onion, bell pepper and tomato." View Complete ...