Ready in 5 minutes
I discovered this quick and tasty recipe while working in a restaruant. After working very long hours the kitchen staff would whip this recipe up and serve it with warm tortilla chips and icy cold margaritas. It was a great way to bond with co-workers and put the long days work behind you.
"Rather than a food processor I use a stone "Molcahate" to grind this. The coarser texture feels better in the mouth and the stone bowl adds "authenticity" to the presentation. "
Put all the ingredients in the food processor and process till desired consistency is reached. The flavors really meld after and hour or so.
So Quick, So easy! Add just a few jalapenos at first. Also brands very in spicyness.
mchakra 1y ago
jafkitchen 1y agoVery good for a quickie salsa. Made it mild but would like to kick up the heat next time. Better than the salsa from many Mexican restaurants I have been to.
ryanboswell 3y agoAdded some fresh garlic and green chillies turned out great.
rexman44 3y agoLooks great
tracieblankenshipredisi 3y ago
Jhamm77 3y agoPretty good homemade salsa! Didnt have a food processor so I used my blender on low for just a few seconds, came out great.
charlenelovelace 3y agoSounds great
leahkenyon 4y agoFresh & flavorful! Halves well. Added to favorites.
obfam 4y agoQuick, easy and pretty good.
Delmonico 5y agoOk. I overdid the cilantro which is very powerful. Start small and slowly add to taste. Not bad quick and easy. Better the next day after flavors melded. Thanks for the basics.