Wednesday, May 29, 2013


Salsa is the Spanish term for sauce, and in English-speaking countries usually refers to the often tomato-based, hot sauces typical of Mexican cuisine, particularly those used as dips. There are many types of salsa which usually vary throughout Latin America.


Chopped Tomatoes-2
Chopped onion-2  tbsp
Garlic cloves-2 small
Chopped Jalapeno-2 tbsp(if you want more spicy then add more jalapeno)
Lemon juice-2 tbsp
Black pepper powder-1/4 tsp
Salt to taste


1-In a food processor bowl,add onion,garlic,jalapenos,lemon juice,black pepper powder,salt and  chop for just a few seconds.
2-Then add chopped tomatoes and chop for few minutes(The texture is somewhere between a chow-chow relish and a textured puree).
3-You want to see tiny bits of all the vegetables throughout the salsa,mix all ingredients properly.
4-Place in fridge for approximately one hour and serve with enchiladas, tacos,burritos and other typical Mexican fare.
(If eu add 1 or 2 green chili and lil bit black salt believe me the tatse will be double)

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