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Brodeur
Member since Feb 2012
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What's your salsa recipe?

Just trying to get ideas to improve my recipe. It's pretty standard...

1 or 2 tomatoes
1 can of peeled Mexican style tomatoes
1/2 red onion
1 to 2 teaspoons of garlic
Cilantro
Jalapeño
Salt and pepper
Olive oil
White vinegar
1/2 lime


OTIS2
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
Consider a good pinch of Messican oregano.


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nikinik
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
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CENLALSUFAN
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
8 Roma tomatoes
half white onion
half a bunch of cilantro
1 jalapeño
salt
lime juice

eta for this: boil tomatoes and jalapeño until rolling.. then throw 2-3 tomatoes the jalapeño the cilantro and onion in blender until liquid.. them throw other tomatoes in and pulse while adding the salt and lime to taste..


sometimes I would leave a little bit in the bottom of the blender and put a scoop of cream cheese and it's a little like a quesso
This post was edited on 6/26 at 8:24 pm


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OTIS2
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
Cut the oil out.


BigDropper
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
4-6 5x6 tomatoes, left whole
1 red onion, sliced into 1/2 rings
2 Serrano chilis
1 TBS chopped cilantro
3 limes
2 TBS salt

Roast the tomatoes, red onions, & serranos over a fire (preferably wood) until skins are charred. Skin & deseed the peppers, core & rough chop the tomatoes, chop the red onions. Place these ingredients into a food processor & purée until smooth. Add chopped cilantro, lime juice, & salt (adjust seasonings to personal preference).


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drjett
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Lake Chuck
Member since May 2012
322 posts

re: What's your salsa recipe?
"onion (Texas sweet)
mango
1 can chilled diced rotelle tomatos (Mexican style)
yellow or red bell pepper
cilantro
lime juice
olive oil
Garlic powder
cumin
S & the 3 P's (red, black & white)


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TigerHam85
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
1 - jar of hell on the red
This post was edited on 6/26 at 11:47 pm


Jax-Tiger
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Portland, OR
Member since Jan 2005
9390 posts

re: What's your salsa recipe?
I don't have a single recipe for salsa. I do a lot of different salsas because I like taste of fresh fruits, herbs, and peppers together. I like simple food and the key for me is really good, fresh ingredients.

I use it as a condiment or to top a main dish. I have no idea how many types of salsa I've made.


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SomewhereDownInTX
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
quote:

1 - jar of hell on the red


Put Telephone, TX on the map.


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la_birdman
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Lake Charles
Member since Feb 2005
16917 posts

re: What's your salsa recipe?
When I lived in Orlando, the best salsa I had was at a place called Chevy's.



Being back in my hometown now, it's easily a jar of Casa Manana salsa. That stuff is awesome.


Jones
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Member since Oct 2005
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
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Cut the oil out.


word.



you dont need oil in a salsa


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TH03
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
Chevys is stingy with their salsa. at least the ones in the DC area are.

good to see no one has my secret salsa ingredient.



la_birdman
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Member since Feb 2005
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
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Chevys is stingy with their salsa


Now that you said that, you're right. We always got a small bowl of salsa, compared to the amount of chips that are served with it.


ksayetiger
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Centenary Gents
Member since Jul 2007
42330 posts

re: What's your salsa recipe?
I like a little bell pepper in mine. And depending what's its for, a little fruit like mango or avacado. Also, I like roasted corn and black beans in it


bbrou33
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
quote:

1 - jar of hell on the red

Good stuff? Share some bro


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CENLALSUFAN
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
does anyone know how to make izzos salsa? I would love to make that..


Jones
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58058 posts

re: What's your salsa recipe?
Probably just the basic ingredients in this thread and mash it in a food processor til it's liquid


CENLALSUFAN
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
it has a different taste to it though.. maybe how they do it on their grill


skygod123
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Lafayette
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re: What's your salsa recipe?
when do you add the acid into the salsa? I have read that you should all acids at the end of the process (lime juice vinegar) because it cooks out when its really hot...


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