salsa verde

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salsa ver·de

 (vâr′dā, -dē)
n.
A green sauce made with tomatillos, green chili peppers, and cilantro, ranging in flavor from mild to spicy and used as a condiment in Latin-American cuisine.

[American Spanish, from Spanish, green sauce : salsa, sauce; see salsa + verde, green (from Latin viridis).]
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