Green sauce is the name of several different sauces containing mainly herbs, namely the Italian salsa verde, the French sauce verte, the Spanish salsa verde and the German Grüne Soße or Frankfurter Grie Soß (Frankfurt dialect). Mexican salsa verde in based on tomatillos.
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... Green sauces are common in Mexican cuisine ... The basis of the green sauce (known as salsa verde) is typically pureed cooked or raw tomatillos, with jalapeños or other chili peppers, white onion, cilantro, and sometimes ... In Mexican cuisine, a green sauce is frequently used as a dip for tortilla chips and served with tacos, grilled pork, grilled meats and even fish ...
... The second most popular dish was the "Green Sauce," an avocado and tomatillo sauce ... When a customer had asked for "salsa verde," Ninfa Laurenzo created the "Green Sauce" at the spur of the moment. 2006, chef Alex Padilla added some new menu items including crab cakes with poblano sauce and Spanish lobster in tequila butter sauce ...
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