I found it pretty dull. I added lime juice to make it edible. I would've given in a lower rating but it was very cool that it didn't turn brown in the fridge! Maybe I'll throw tomatillos in my guacomole from now on. My tomatillos had a lot of water in them so I squeezed them a bit before adding them to the dip. Are you supposed to deseed them first and just add the meat or toss all the juices in?
Avocado-Tomatillo Dip with Cumin Pita Chips
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78jessica Posted: 03/31/10
snoopy66 Posted: 02/22/09
I made the dip and the chips and both were great. Dip has slight tang from the tomatillos. Dip went alot farther than the chips, but stayed nice and bright for a few days. Good after-work snack!
mollymoobake Posted: 05/22/09
Love this with homemade tortilla chips!! We use this in place of guacamole every time we have Mexican food. Great on enchiladas and to dip chicken & cheese quesadillas in. I make this as an afterschool snack served with wheat thins or ritz crackers.
lizlee Posted: 11/14/10
this dip is so easy, fresh, and a good break from the norm, without being too wild for picky eaters! it stays a perfect shade of green for several days in the fridge, and the recipe makes enough for a crowd. i love it!
icgoldfish Posted: 01/01/11
This is delicious! I may have added more cilantro and jalapeno than it called for, but it came out great! Tangy, light, and refreshing
Ginnyand4boys Posted: 04/10/11
Fresh, extremely tasty dip. I added chopped up roasted red pepper and banana pepper and it was yummy! I am allergic to dairy so I left out the sour cream and it was still delicious.
bjcollins Posted: 09/21/12Chubbuck, ID
Fantastic combination of flavors. Love the tang of the tomatillos. I used low-fat sour cream and added a clove of minced garlic and a little lime juice. Delicious!