Creamy Avocado Salsa

A few weeks ago at a church activity a friend taught our youth to make 3 kinds of salsa. They were all AMAZING and this was the first one I tried to make on my own. I was so proud of the results :-)! And I was impressed that the girls loved it too...it has milk in it, so that counts as calcium intake, right?!
(She called Green Sauce with Avocado, but I renamed it :-)

*note I made a milder salsa, so leave in some jalapeno seeds or add an extra one if you want more heat to yours*
Ingredients:
4-5 tomatillos
2 jalapenos, seeded for a milder taste
1 large or 2 small avocados
Cilantro leaves separated from sprigs (I used probably 1 cup of loosely packed leaves)
1/2 c milk
salt to taste (I also added a couple dashes of garlic salt and onion salt)

Directions:
Cook tomatillos and jalapenos by boiling until soft.
Add avocado, cilantro, and milk.
Salt to desired taste.
Blend until smooth, adding more milk if you want to thin out consistency.

2 comments:

Jen~ Lipstick and Laundry said...

This looks soooo good! Now, I'm hungry!

Adams Family said...

This is my new favorite salsa! We tried it yesterday and LOVED it. YUM! Thanks again. :)