If you like your salsa smoother rather than chunky, you'll want to use these food processor salsa recipes to make that bowl of spicy dip.
I've been making salsa for years, for every family gathering, every football party, etc. This recipe is the result of years of tweaking to get just the right blend of flavors. Serve in a bowl with white corn tortilla chips, and your guests will be impressed!
I have boiled, roasted and grilled more tomatoes, peppers and garlic trying to find the perfect salsa I get my favorite Mexican restaurant. While I came up with some pretty good salsas, this is finally it. The color and consistency tipped me off as to where I was going astray. And while I had to move away from the fresh tomatoes, it was worth it.
This is a super simple yet delicious recipe for an authentic mexican salsa. It is a thinner consistency than a typical salsa and is known as a table salsa.
Authentic arbol chile salsa. I like mine hot, but you can tone down the peppers if you wish.
This fresh salsa is so easy, you'll wonder why you ever used to buy the canned stuff. It's very spicy, so omit some of the peppers if you're serving to a crowd that likes salsa a little more toned down.
Do yourself a flavor and throw out that store-bought stuff. This is the real deal, powered by lime juice, fresh cilantro, and habanero pepper. Respect the habanero--it can and will hurt you! I dump this stuff on nachos, smear it on pizza, fold it in my omlette, and put it in my chili. Legends are made when you add additional habanero peppers!