Author Notes: Salsa Verde should be full flavored, well seasoned but highly acidic to bring out the dish it garnishes. —chris fischer
Makes: a hearty amount, good for 3 days
cups loosely packed parsley leaves
cups loosely packed arugula leaves
cup loosely packed mint leaves
cup olive oil
cup shallot, minced
cup red wine vinegar
- Finely chop the parsley, arugula and mint, mixing them in a large bowl with the olive oil and a generous seasoning of salt to taste.
- Mix the shallot with the red wine vinegar and a hearty dose of fresh black pepper in a separate mixing bowl. Allow for the shallots to macerate in the vinegar for 10 minutes while the greens break down in the oil.
- Add the shallot mixture to the greens and mix well with a fork, adjusting the seasoning as desired.