Not all relishes are sweet. This chunky version, seasoned with cilantro and cumin, makes a great alternative to salsa—dig in with chips, mix it into guacamole, or use it to top quesadillas and tacos. Or, go with the relish concept and use it on a cheeseburger in place of ketchup and a pickle.
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Green tomato relish makes a tangy alternative to traditional salsa in quesadillas and tacos, mixed into guacamole, or as a dip with tortilla chips. It can be eaten hot, cold, or at room temperature. Stir it into refried beans or cooked rice for an instant fiesta side dish. For a spicy burrito filling, lightly brown some ground turkey or diced chicken in a skillet, add equal parts green tomato relish and water, and simmer until thickened. Put green tomato relish on a Monterey Jack cheeseburger in place of ketchup and pickle, or use it to liven up grilled flank steak. Mix a little into diced home-fried potatoes, or even hash, just before serving.
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