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Zingy & Tangy Tomatillo Salsa

Our tomatillo salsa is made in Mexico for seriously fresh flavour.

We start with tomatillos which are also known as Mexican husk tomatoes. They may look like small green tomatoes but are closer in relation to a gooseberry with a bright, tart flavour used quite commonly in Mexican cooking. We blend fresh tomatillos with jalapenos, onion and coriander for a marvellously mild yet zingy and tangy salsa.

Try our tomatillo salsa for a dollop of awesome.

Tomatillo salsa

Our tomatillo salsa is made in Mexico for seriously fresh flavour.

We start with tomatillos which are also known as Mexican husk tomatoes. They may look like small green tomatoes but are closer in relation to a gooseberry with a bright, tart flavour used quite commonly in Mexican cooking. We blend fresh tomatillos with jalapenos, onion and coriander for a marvellously mild yet zingy and tangy salsa.

Try our tomatillo salsa for a dollop of awesome.

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Tomatillo Salsa on top of tortilla chips

Hand Made In Mexico

Try this magnificently mild tomatillo salsa spooned over some easy fish tacos, served with grilled salmon, scooped over a pulled pork burrito bowl, enjoyed with mushroom tacos.

Mix it with spicy chicken fajitas, dip with tortilla chips or simply stir it through guacamole for a zingy and tangy twist. The perfect accompaniment for good times with great friends.

Discover all our recipes that use our Zingy & Tangy Tomatillo Salsa


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Ingredients

  • Fresh Tomatillos (77%)
  • Onion
  • Jalapeño
  • Garlic
  • Salt
  • Coriander
  • Lime
  • Corn Starch


Nutritional info

Nutrition Per 100g
Energy (kJ) 104.5kJ
Energy (kcal) 24.9kcal
Total Fat 0.2g
(of which saturates) 0.1g
Carbohydrates 5.4g
(of which sugars) 3.9g
Protein 1.2g
Salt 1.5g

FAQs

What is a tomatillo?

A tomatillo of often gets mistaken as a green tomato. Nothing could be further from the truth. A close relative to a gooseberry, tomatillos with their acidic flavour are the backbone of Mexican cuisine. For more information on the Tomatillo check out our guide to tomatillos.

Why can the Tomatillo Salsa jar be so hard to open?

Sometimes people write in to us complaining that they can't open the jar of salsa. This problem is easily fixed once you know understand why this can occurs.
The tomatillo salsa is made in Mexico which is 2,250 meters above sea level. When the jars arrive in the UK (which is pretty much sea level) the difference in altitude creates a vacuum under the lid which can make the jar hard to open.

The solution is to gently tap the side of the lid. This creates a small dent, releasing the vacuum and the jar then easily opens!

Is tomatillo salsa spicy?

Flavorful and zingy, tomatillos have a tart, bright flavour. Gran Luchito’s take on tomatillo salsa is one that is perfectly mild and fresh. Tomatillos are blended with jalapeños, onions, lime and coriander for a mellow and tangy twist. Dairy-free, sugar-free and suitable for vegans, this tomatillo salsa is an ideal accompaniment for authentic Mexican dishes.

What is your mildest salsa?

Our mildest salsa is our Tomatillo Salsa. The tart, bright flavour of the tomatillos mellows as they are cooked resulting in a mellow flavour. We blend tomatillos with jalapeños, onions, lime and coriander for a salsa with a mild, fresh taste

Where is your tomatillo salsa made

Gran Luchito's Mexican tomatillo salsa is made in Mexico and consists of fresh, authentic ingredients including tomatillos, lime, jalapenos and coriander. Ideal served as a dip with out Lightly Salted Tortilla Chips, spooned over chicken tacos or stirred through guacamole.

Is tomatillo salsa the same as salsa verde?

Yes. Tomatillo salsa is a green sauce used in a variety of Mexican dishes and is also known as salsa verde. It uses green tomatillos also known as Mexican husk tomatoes rather than red tomato. The result is a mild, fresh tasting salsa.

How long does tomatillo salsa last?

Our Zingy and Tangy Tomatillo Salsa is made with fresh ingredients and no nasties or preservatives. For best before date, please refer to lid or bottom of jar. Once opened, store in the refrigerator and consume within 4 days.

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