Did you know that there's an Italian version of salsa Verde? Most people are familiar with the Mexican version, but the Italian version is equally delicious. Salsa Verde, or green sauce, likely originated in Europe. We know it was around during the Middle Ages and may have been present during the Classical Age. First, researchers believe the Romans brought salsa Verde to Italy; then, it was taken to France, Germany, and other parts of the world.
To make the Italian Salsa Verde, we blended classic Italian ingredients such as fresh parsley, capers, lemon zest, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, garlic, shallots, olive oil, salt, and black pepper until it was finely chopped and combined. You can use this delicious Italian salsa Verde in many dishes, including butternut squash tacos, lemon asparagus pasta, or lemon chicken pasta. Either way, your dishes will get a salty, robust, delicious flavor from the salsa Verde.
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