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I suggest using canned tomatillos so you don't have cook them down or food process them. This rice goes really well with fish tacos.

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Shannon Renee December 02, 2009

Needed to use some of my CSA veggies and this was a great way to use a few tomatillos and jalepeno

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jane49423 September 01, 2008

We loved this rice. I used one whole jalapeno. At the end, I added the squeeze of lime and a handful of fresh, chopped tomatoes. Delicious and has lots of flavor.

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debster928 October 13, 2006

This was very good. I agree that a squeeze of lime (or lemon, because I was out of lime) juice made all the difference. In fact, I'd recommend not leaving it out.

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Nose November 23, 2005

This rice was a big hit! I had trouble finding the fresh tomatillos as well- the canned were just fine. I squeezed some fresh lime juice on the rice- it added a little more zing to it. I'll definitely make it again!

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yeahbaby May 24, 2004

I loved this rice! My husband and I eat rice all the time, so I'm always looking for variations on standard Mexican rice. I didn't have any fresh tomatillos, so I had to use the canned ones. I just used the juice to sub for the water in the recipe.

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Muffin Goddess April 19, 2003
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