Mexican Homemade Salsa Ole Very tasty and easy to make with just a few simple ingredients. I enjoyed a very similar Mexican style salsa in an “Old Town” restaurant in Scottsdale, Arizona. mmm…Good! Mexican Salsa Ole Save Recipe Print Recipe My Recipes My Lists My Calendar Ingredients2 large tomatoes, finely chopped5 green onions, chopped1/4 cup … Continue reading Mexican Salsa Ole
Mango Pico de Gallo Most raw, fresh salsas, are best eaten shortly after you mix it together. This is really really good. Mango Pico de Gallo will add a zing to your grill hamburgers. Try it on your favorite grilled fish as well. It’s delicious. Mango Pico de Gallo Save Recipe Print Recipe My Recipes … Continue reading Mango Pico de Gallo
“Green Tabasco Salsa” Green Tabasco serves to give this homemade salsa recipe just the kick it needs. Capt’n Salsa always get a little tickled whenever someone comments about roasting all the ingredients for their homemade salsa. Sure it is an extra step in the process and does demand a few more minutes of your time … Continue reading Green Tabasco Salsa
Susan’s Good Ol’ Homemade Salsa Recipe From now on, whenever your think of scrumptious homemade salsa recipes, easy salsa recipes and good tasting mexican food salsa. You are going to immediately think of Susan’s Good Ol’ Salsa, so simple to make and so so good. Your family and friends will love it. Be sure and … Continue reading Homemade Salsa Recipe Susan’s Good Ol’ Salsa
Homemade Fresh Salsa Recipe Roma tomatoes are paste tomatoes and have firmer flesh and produce thicker fresh salsas than do large slicing tomatoes.
Mild Golden Yellow Habanero Coming Soon to a Garden Near You by Capt’n Salsa Wow Look! A mild Habanero that will not bring tears to your eyes. I absolutely crave and love the flavorful taste of the Habanero Pepper but just can’t bear the toe curling heat. Coming soon to your favorite farmer’s market and … Continue reading Mild Golden Yellow Habanero
Habanero Hot Sauce “Ouch! That Hurts” Firey Habanero Salsa Searching for the hottest Habanero hot sauce? Here is a short survival guide for the uninitiated that just might prevent a blistering experience. If you have the desire for heat the habanero peppers will give you one of the biggest bangs for your buck. In other … Continue reading Habanero Hot Sauce
The Habanero Chile By Jerry Powell A friend of mine once told me there is more to the culinary life than chile peppers. He might be right, but he keeps telling me this over my diner table, so go figure. The habanero chile (Capsicum chinense Jacquin) is the most intensely spicy chile pepper of the … Continue reading The Habanero Chile
Mysterious Yellow Tomato Salsa Hey, did you find those yellow tomatoes? Yellow, gold and orange tomatoes are less acidic and taste sweeter. Some yellow varieties may also seem a little bland since they are lower in acidity. Yellow and orange do not have as much if any lycopene as the red ones. Lycopene is a … Continue reading Tropical Yellow Tomato Salsa
Mango Habanero Salsa Mango Habanero Salsa is a very light and tropical salsa recipe, with a fruity taste and lots of heat not to mention the delicious aroma. You will love this salsa with any fish and chicken dish. Warning! Scotch Bonnet Chilies are extremely hot. If you are not accustomed to really spicy food … Continue reading Mango Habanero Salsa
Tasty Guacamole Salsa Guacamole is one of the tastiest treats in life. We lived in San Diego for a few years in the early 1980´s and like many San Diegan, we were “blessed” with an abundance of more sumptuous Avocados than we could eat.