Many have seen tomatillos at their local supermarket but don’t have a clue how to cook a tomatillo or disregard it due to its odd appearance surrounded by an inedible, paper-like husk. Many have also seen it on the menu of their favorite Mexican restaurant but believe it to be a cute way of calling it a “small tomato,” which is incorrect. The tomatillo is related to the Cape Gooseberry, more commonly known today as the Golden Berry, for those familiar with this well-known superfood indigenous to South America.