Spanish Salsa Verde

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Green sauce is often known as Salsa Verde in Mexico and Spain. Spanish Salsa Verde is a rustic and tempting dipping sauce .The Spanish  use it as a topping with fish or over slab of polenta ,on a tortilla or simply add on the toast ,imagination is yours.

For the last day of condiments from countries ,I made this sauce from Big Vegan cookbook gifted by +Pavani N last week.We are loving this sauce so much that I made it twice after that.

I served  it with steaming hot polenta and the next day with herbed polenta fries.



Blogging Marathon#56
Theme-Condiments from Countries
Country-Spain
Dish-Salsa Verde Sauce
Source-Big Vegan Cookbook by Robin Asbell




Ingredients:
1/4 cup flat leaves parsley,chopped
1/4 cup mint leaves
6 olives,pitted and chopped
2 tablespoon capers
2 tablespoon vinegar
2 teaspoon lemon juice
2 tablespoon olive oil,extra virgin
2-3 garlic cloves,chopped
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt


Method:
In a food processor mince garlic and parsley leaves.Add the remaining ingredients and process thoroughly until puree.
Serve immediately .Store in refrigerator in air tight for up to 4 days.



Enjoy!!



Serve- 1 1/2 cup Cooking time-10 minutes







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Sapana Behl

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14 comments

  1. Beautiful color and the salsa looks delicious..would love to try this version.

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  2. u have picked up the world cuisine big time Sapana, this one looks deicious and very delicious

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  3. Simply loved all ur condiments..needless to day this Salsa verde looks fabulous as well..

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  4. I debated between salsa verde and salsa roja and went with salsa verde. Salsa verde is on my to do list. Interesting, this version does not have tomatoes!

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  5. lovely colour and dip sapana ! good series :)

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  6. Such lovely colour....so useful to stock it..:)

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  7. Beautiful color and refreshing salsa.

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  8. One of the great dip for tortilla chips. yum

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  9. What a delicious and vibrant looking salsa verde. Happy to see that you already started making dishes from the book :-)

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  10. I had no idea that olives were used in the recipe. The dip looks nice and chunky.

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  11. Delicious and amazing color of the salsa verde.

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  12. Ive made the MExican version that uses different herbs but this one would have a nice tang I would think with the olives and capers

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