Since I was canning (ie cooking) this version I threw in garlic which my husband can't eat raw and I omitted cilantro which loses flavor if you cook it for long periods. Please look up proportions for vinegar in order to properly can this, it is all relative to the weight of the tomatillos. The vinegar not only allows for safe canning, but it also help maintain the flavors of the salsa. Don't use vinegar in fresh salsa, it will taste crazy, but when you are canning the flavor mellows out and makes your food safe.
|my prolific plant - 40 jalapenos still on the plant and I have picked a ton already|
|tomatillos, roasted peppers, onion, jalapenos, garlic, lime, oil, and salt|
|peel and just simmer your tomatillos - don't cook them, just bring them up to simmer and turn off|
|peel and seed your roasted peppers, chop your onions, garlic, and jalapenos|
|add chopped onions, garlic, jalapenos, salt, cumin, roasted peppers, and lime juice to tomatillos|
|blend until relatively smooth|
|now taste and see if you need more salt or lime before you add the vinegar|
|then add vinegar|
|bring up to a simmer|
|hot pack into sterilized jars|
|can for recipe time adjusted for altitude|
|store for use until next summers bounty|
I love salsa!