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February 12, 2009


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Could you not just dump it all in the slow cooker except the cilantro?

All Adither

I would say yes, except that then the sauce wouldn't thicken. Maybe if you skipped most of the broth?


Hm...maybe as a final step you could ladle some of the sauce into a pot and reduce it.

Kris C

We made this for a get together last night -- served it in fresh tortillas with cumin/lime crema and a bunch of fixins. It was delicious! You are my exclusive recipe provider these days; I'm not kidding.


Talk about serendipity! I just happened to be making a pork roast in a slow cooker today and was looking for inspiration....somehow I stumbled on your blog and voila! I love the taste of the salsa verde, very fresh and green.

I have a feeling your chicken marsala (sp) recipe may be next on my hit parade.

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