Salsa Making Tip: Coming
up with a fresh new salsa recipe of your own will take some trial an
error. Different peppers, cook time, and ingredients and alter a garden
fresh salsa recipe greatly.
Tasty D thru
Hot G thru
Whole ancho chiles, maybe 8
half a cup of sundried tomatoes
half of a white onion
4 cloves roasted garlic
1/4 cup toasted pinon nuts (pine nuts, pignola, whatever)
tbsp hershey's baking cocoa
pinch of toasted cumin
1 tsp toasted oregano
Cut the tops off the anchos and dump the seeds out. Toast them in a
dry skillet for a couple minutes a side Drop em in a pot with water and
come to the boil, steeping the chiles.
Drain and reserve the liquid (tea). Grab
the limp anchos and puree them along with the onion, garlic, sun dried
tomatoes and toasted pine nuts. Pour into a bowl and mix in the
ingredients. Add chopped tomato to this batch, if you like.
Homemade Salsa Recipes
Salsa Tip: The
cooking of salsa is pretty basic. You simply add the ingredients to
your salsa in a small sauce pan, and set it on high. Bring it to a
boil, then reduce heat to low. Allow the salsa to simmer for a while.
The length of time depends on how you like your salsa.