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In this Instructable, learn how to make some delicious Salsa Verde con Avocado (Green Salsa with Avocado).

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Step 1: What You'll Need:

Boiled Tomatillos

Boiled Serrano Peppers

Fire-Roasted Jalapenos

Fire-Roasted Garlic (or just regular)

Avocado

Olive Oil

Water

Salt

Onion (optional)

Cilantro (optional)

Blender

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Step 2: Add the Serrano Peppers

Put the boiled serrano peppers into the blender. They are the green pepper looking things in the picture ;). We put two medium-sized serrano peppers in this blend. You can put more if you like or less too, it's what you like.

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Step 3: Add the Tomatillos

Put the boiled tomatillos into the blender next. In this blend we used 4 tomatillos but use as many as you'd like!

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Step 4: Add the Garlic and Jalapenos

Next, put in several cloves of garlic and a few jalapenos. You can put them in whole the blender will do the hard part. We put in 4-5 garlic cloves in this blend and 3-4 jalapenos.

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Step 5: Blend and Pour

Blend for about a minute on slow speed. If you want it to be more of a puree than blend for longer on a higher speed. We made this salsa slightly chunky. Pour the contents into your serving bowl.

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Step 6: *Optional* Add Cilantro and Onion

Add a little bit of chopped cilantro and onions when your ready to eat it! This will add a lot of flavor and make taste even more fresh if it's a few days old. It is important to note that if you put onions and cilantro it will not store properly. This is because the acidity from the cilantro and onion burns the salsa gradually. To store, leave the onion and cilantro separate.

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Step 7: Dice an Avocado

Dice up an avocado and put it right on top. You can use as much or as little as you like, it's whatever you like!

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Step 8: Put Olive Oil and Salt

Put some salt and about 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil in the salsa. This will help with preservation and add some flavor.

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Step 9: Stir and Enjoy!

Now enjoy the delicious salsa you made! If you liked this share it with your friends so you can have it at your next party, BBQ, picnic, or wherever you like!

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<p>use that as a base to cook pork in, makes delicious burritos and tacos.</p>
This looks delicious! I love making chicken and cheese enchiladas and adding green salsa on them. I'll have to try this recipe. <br><br>Btw, I believe the Spanish word for avocado is aguacate. :-)
<p>That's a great idea! Let me know how it turns out? I think you're about the Spanish translation too... haha :)</p>

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