Discover an easy-to-love,
easy-to-grow way to add flavor to your cooking
Photo by Patrick Tregenza
PHOTOGRAPHY BY PATRICK TREGENZA AND CRYSTAL BIRNS
Tomatillos, a sour fruit encapsulated by a thin, papery husk, can bring bright and tangy flavor to almost any dish, while packing a punch that no other fruit can quite replicate. With minimal effort, delectable tomatillos can be much more than salsa verde—they can be sliced thinly and eaten raw on toast with some soft sheep cheese and a drizzle of olive oil, braised alongside a chicken, made into a green curry with coconut milk, sautéed with onions as a side dish, blackened in the oven and made into a tapenade with some olives or blended into a tasty salad dressing.
Originating in Mexico, where it is also … Read More