- n. Plural form of tomatillo.
“Processing tomatillos is tedious and sticky, but the results are very satisfying.”
“For a sauce to dip them into, I decided on a piquant salsa verde with fresh tomatillos from a local Mexican grocery.”
“I think tomatillos is the name given them by gringos.”
“I think the tomatillos are a great idea and I bet my husband and I are really going to like this recipe!”
“When picked before ripening for their tartness and green color they are now more commonly known as tomatillos, green tomatoes or tomate verde.”
“It's actually pretty rare for my grocery store to have tomatillos, which is why I appreciate the canned version I have been able to find at Whole Foods.”
“My apologies for getting overly technical on the "tomatillos" issue!!”
“At this point, "tomatillos" may be used fresh or placed in a pot to simmer and used for sauces.”
“But that is as close as "tomatillos" get to being tomatoes!!”
“Mistakenly, "tomatillos" are often called "Green Tomatoes" or "tomates verdes" because they resemble, with the husk taken off, a normal green tomato.”
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