Pretty good, Dru, thanks! It smells very "roasty" upfront, with the poblanos, garlic, and onion on the nose. Tasting it straight off the spoon, there's just a hint of sweetness (but the pineapple flavor is hidden), followed by the dominant flavor of roasted (and tart) tomatillos, with just a kiss of citrus and lime flavor (Scotch Bonnets too) on the very back end. Not trying to "toot my own horn" or anything, but I'm very pleased with this recipe. I think it's a very well balanced sauce. Hogleg told me that he can be very critical of green, "salsa verde style" sauces, and he said he'd put this up there among the best he's ever had! :blush:
How did the Toro Verde come out Mike?
It's pretty "tame" in the heat department, probably settling in as a low-end medium heat, making it pretty "family friendly" too. I'll get a bottle out to you soon, brother! I'd love to hear your thoughts on it. All I ask in return, is that you please ignore my atrocious shrink banding skills It's just one of those things I don't have the patience for
Thanks! It's called "Baby Shit" green
It's got a great color.