Who loves Homemade Salsa?
Everyone loves Homemade Salsa. Without a doubt, it’s kept my marriage together! My wife loves Homemade Salsa and my ability to crank it out in a matter of minutes. That’s what I want to share with you today. After you flip through this quick tutorial you’ll be able to throw together Restaurant Quality Salsa in no time. All I ask is that you share this recipe and where it came from with everyone you share the salsa with. As much as you would like to bathe in the spotlight by taking credit for this recipe, you can do us both a favor by crediting Poor Man’s Gourmet Kitchen for the ingredients and patting yourself on the back for being the genius that found this Homemade Salsa video recipe! See, win win all around!
Now let’s break it down. Do you like your Salsa mild or hot? Notice I didn’t say “Spicy”. It doesn’t matter which you prefer because either way, you are going to get the same amount of spices in this recipe. But if you want to control the heat, then you’ve got to control the Peppers! O.K., write that down (or hit the print icon above). Onions and Peppers bring the Heat, so there has got to be a good balance. Garlic spices it up a little bit, but it mostly adds that awesome flavor everyone is looking for in their Homemade Salsa. I know that the Jalapeno’s I’m adding are HOT! Because of this, I only add 1/2 of a de-seeded Jalapeno and 2 smokey Chipotle Peppers (which are optional). Other than the seasonings, everything else in this recipe is relative to any other Homemade Salsa recipe you’ve ever had.
Homemade Salsa Ingredients:
6 Roma Tomatoes
1/2 Bell Pepper
1/2 Jalapeno Pepper without Seeds
2 Chipotle Peppers with canned Juice (Optional)
1 Handful of Fresh Cilantro
2 Garlic Cloves
1 tsp Chicken Bouillon
1/4 tsp Cumin
1 tbsp Oregano
1/8 tsp Garlic Powder
1 Squeezed Lime
Add all ingredients to a Blender and serve. Flavor because more potent and flavorful the longer it marinates. So this salsa will get better in your refrigerator overnight if you can make it the day before you’d like to serve it. Homemade Salsa, right here in the Poor Man’s Gourmet Kitchen!
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