Lots of vegetables are ripening in the garden this time of the year. Tomatoes are growing like crazy. Besides making tomato sauce, I like to make what I call “Whatever is left in the garden salsa”. It consists of the most abundant produce growing in
Oh, salsa verde, how I love thee. Classic sweet, tangy, spicy green goodness all trapped in a jar. The real beauty of tomatillos comes out when you roast them, lending smokey caramel overtones to this already awesome fruit.
I am swimming in tomatoes so I made this deeply flavored garden salsa. It's a great way to use up your garden bounty this time of year. Roasting gives the salsa a caramel richness and the recipe is safe to can.