Mexican Salsa Recipe
Becky Said:I'm looking for a good mexican restaurant style salsa recipe?
We Answered:Roasted Salsa Recipe
-Cut the tomato in quarters
-Slice the jalapenos in half and remove some of the seeds (depends on how hot you want it)
-In a pan roast the tomatoes and jalapenos until they are cooked thoroughly (you'll have a bit of black skin on the tomato/jalapenos, leave them it'll add flavor)
-Add garlic and blend (to desired consistency)
-Add the chopped onions, cilantro, and salt. You can also add lemon or lime if you like.
Jorge Said:I need a good mexican salsa recipe?
this site is great for all diff types of salsa, say summer and all sorts
Nathaniel Said:Mexican tomato salsa recipe - person said chili was in it, did they mean green, red or powder?
We Answered:Oh. This is called pico de gallo in Mexico. The proper chile to use in this is fresh serrano chile-it is a hot green pepper a few inches long and as thin as a pencil or thick as a pinky finger. You can find them at most American super markets these days. If you want to make yours even better ad a tablespoon of olive oil, some salt and black pepper.
Lena Said:What's a really good spicy Mexican salsa. Recipe ?
We Answered:The basic household salsa (sauce) made in Mexican homes uses:
serrano peppers, ripe tomatoe or green tomates verdes/tomatillos (the name varies according to region but this is what makes green sauce green), onion, garlic (optional), cilantro (optional), salt to taste.
For a good sized batch you need 8 regular tomatoes or 15 pomodoros or tomates verdes. Not less than 5 serrano peppers. When we were first married my wife would use 1 pepper per tomato. We have scaled back the fire a bit since then. 1/2 of a medium-large onion, one garlic clove (optional), and 1/2 cup cilantro(optional) salt to taste
in a blender or processor chop or pureÃ© depending on the desired texture of your sauce.
1)boil the tomatoes/tomates and chiles until the skins become lighter on the green things or pop off the tomatoes then mix with the other ingredients as described above.
2) roast your chiles, and tomatoes/tomates and peel the skin off before making the sauce. This really changes the flavor and is one of the best sauces!
3) make the uncooked sauce as described above and add two very ripe avocados and pureÃ© everything.
This following a sauce used on cochinita pibÃl which is the YucatÃ¡n version of pork barbecue:
5 manzano chiles ( use habaneros if you want it even hotter) juice of 3-4 sour oranges (substitute 2 sweet oranges and juice of 3 lemons or limes), 6-8 large radishes, 1/2 large onion, 1/2 cup cilantro, salt to taste
Chop in blender or processor
allow to set for two hours before serving
Eva Said:Armadillo Border Grill & Cantina Mexican Restaurant Salsa recipe?
We Answered:I looked but no can find!
Suggest contacting them directly. It's probably pretty simple to make and there only a limited number of combination of ingredients.
Or just experiment making your own until you really like one!