Score!!! A crunchy wonton with guacamole, Salsa Verde Aussie Grassfed Ground Beef with a cherry tomato on top! In partnership with Aussie Grassfed Beef!
Who doesn't love crunchy savory spicy party food? Super Bowl Sunday indeed is one big party with one big feast full of crunchy, savory, spicy dishes! Right?
I thought it would be fun to make my signature dish, A Merry Recipe Salsa Verde, and tuck it into some of my favorite grassfed beef game-day appetizers! I tell you right now, each dish I made with the salsa verde PoPPeD with a winning combination of flavor and texture. Check out my other blog posts that feature Aussie Grassfed Ground Beef and A Merry Recipe Salsa Verde. Cheers!
SALSA VERDE AUSSIE GRASSFED GROUND BEEF WONTON CRISPS
A MERRY RECIPE SALSA VERDE
12 ounces tomatillos, peeled (about 3 cups)
1 cup cilantro, stems okay
3 garlic cloves
3 green onions
1 jalapeños or 1/2 Serrano if you like it hot
1 poblano pepper, charred, scrape skin, remove stems and seeds
1 teaspoon salt
Place all ingredients into a food processor and blend until salsa consistency. Occasionally, the salsa needs a little lime juice or agave syrup dependent on the flavor of the tomatillos. I did not use lime nor agave in my recipe this time.
SALSA VERDE AUSSIE GRASSFED GROUND BEEF FILLING
1 tablespoon canola oil
1 cup fresh corn, optional
1/2 medium onion, chopped
1/2 cup poblano pepper, chopped
1 pound Aussie Grassfed Ground Beef
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon ground cumin, if desired, add more
1/2 to 1 cup A Merry Recipe Salsa Verde
1 package wonton skins
oil for frying, 1/2-inch canola oil in skillet, 350°F
1 cup guacamole or smashed salted avocado
4 ounces pepper jack or Monterey Jack Cheese, shredded
A Merry Recipe Salsa Verde
1 cup Sliced Tomatoes
Over medium-high heat, combine canola oil and corn; roast for about 4 minutes. Adjust heat to medium and add the onion and poblano pepper. Sauté until onion is translucent, about 5 minutes. Adjust heat to medium-high and add ground beef, salt, and cumin. Break up the meat with a spatula, and cook until beef has browned.
Add desired amount of Salsa Verde dependent on fattiness of ground meat. Aussie Grassfed Beef is super lean so I add 1 cup of salsa verde. Set filling aside.
Heat 1/2-inch oil to 350°F in a large skillet. Fry wontons in batches until golden, flipping each wonton one time. Spread guacamole over each crisp wonton and top with filling, cheese, salsa verde, and a tomato slice.
Yields: 36 wonton crisps
Check out my other Salsa Verde Aussie Grassfed Ground Beef recipes through this link.