Spanish Salsa Verde

Green sauce is often known as Salsa Verde in Mexico and Spain. Spanish Salsa Verde is a rustic and tempting dipping sauce .The Spanish  use it as a topping with fish or over slab of polenta ,on a tortilla or simply add on the toast ,imagination is yours.

For the last day of condiments from countries ,I made this sauce from Big Vegan cookbook gifted by +Pavani N last week.We are loving this sauce so much that I made it twice after that.

I served  it with steaming hot polenta and the next day with herbed polenta fries.

Blogging Marathon#56
Theme-Condiments from Countries
Dish-Salsa Verde Sauce
SourceBig Vegan Cookbook by Robin Asbell

1/4 cup flat leaves parsley,chopped
1/4 cup mint leaves
6 olives,pitted and chopped
2 tablespoon capers
2 tablespoon vinegar
2 teaspoon lemon juice
2 tablespoon olive oil,extra virgin
2-3 garlic cloves,chopped
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

In a food processor mince garlic and parsley leaves.Add the remaining ingredients and process thoroughly until puree.
Serve immediately .Store in refrigerator in air tight for up to 4 days.


Serve- 1 1/2 cup Cooking time-10 minutes

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Best regards,

Sapana Behl

14 comments on “Spanish Salsa Verde”

  1. Beautiful color and the salsa looks delicious..would love to try this version.

  2. u have picked up the world cuisine big time Sapana, this one looks deicious and very delicious

  3. Simply loved all ur condiments..needless to day this Salsa verde looks fabulous as well..

  4. Usha says:

    I debated between salsa verde and salsa roja and went with salsa verde. Salsa verde is on my to do list. Interesting, this version does not have tomatoes!

  5. Kalyani says:

    lovely colour and dip sapana ! good series 🙂

  6. Srivalli says:

    Such lovely colour….so useful to stock it..:)

  7. Sandhiya says:

    Beautiful color and refreshing salsa.

  8. Srividhya says:

    One of the great dip for tortilla chips. yum

  9. Looks very delicious Sapana.

  10. Pavani N says:

    What a delicious and vibrant looking salsa verde. Happy to see that you already started making dishes from the book 🙂

  11. I had no idea that olives were used in the recipe. The dip looks nice and chunky.

  12. What a color wow. Looks great

  13. Delicious and amazing color of the salsa verde.

  14. Ive made the MExican version that uses different herbs but this one would have a nice tang I would think with the olives and capers

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