3 Ways to Use Salsa Verde

Here are 3 amazing ways to use Salsa Verde.

Salsa Verde is a dressing from the Gods. No joke. It’s super herby and garlicky and is great with a whole host of dishes – whether it be as a great accompaniment with a tapas-style starter or as a wonderful dressing on a main dish. See three ideas on how to use Salsa Verde below. You won’t look back!

On Potato

These Shoestring Fries scattered with Salt and drizzled with salsa verde make the perfect late-night snack or side dish. Salty, garlicky and crunchy, they hit your tastebuds and fill your senses. Comfort food at it’s finest.​

Salsa Verde - Recipe - Food Blog
On Steak

​​Rare steak splattered with this salsa is a perfect match – we all know beef and garlic go together like a marriage and this helps create an incredible main. Serve with some potatoes and roasted vegetable for a hearty summer meal. ​​

On Cheese​

Mild, creamy cheese like mozzarella, mascarpone or ricotta are a fantastic carrier for salsa verde – serve as part of a tapas starter, or with some decent bread and you’re living your best life

Salsa Verde - Recipe - Food Blog

Ingredients

bunch of parslay
bunch of mint
bunch of basil
100ml olive oil
2 garlic cloves
2 tbsp capers
1 tbsp red wine vinegar

Method

Place all the ingredients other than the oil into a small food processor and blitz together. As you’re doing so, drizzle in the oil until all is incorporated. 

You’re done.

7 thoughts on “3 Ways to Use Salsa Verde”

  1. I thought salsa verde had tomatillo in it? This seems more like a pesto. I’m not criticizing I just don’t know much about salsa verde. Nevertheless, it does look great! Something I would like to make!

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    1. Hey! Thanks for stopping by. You’re both right and wrong, haha!

      There are two different types of Salsa Verde – Italian (which is this one!) and Mexican – also known as Green Sauce, which consists of tomatillos and often green chillis.

      Both are amazing! 🙂

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