This receipe comes from the cookbook 'Salsa Cooking' which is an amazing cookbook. The salsa is as close to the real thing as I have tried outside of Mexico. This salsa is also the base for the Recipe #362332
The receipe calls for grilled tomatoes but I prefer fresh, cored tomatoes instead. I agree with Katzen's review about adding oil, if you are using recipe as a regular salsa there is no need to add oil. If using for the soup you do need the oil
You can spice up the salsa by leaving some of the jalapeno seeds in
This salsa is from Salsa Cooking, an amazing Mexican cookbook that has been a stable for me for years. This salsa is easy and contains few ingredients. It provides a fresh and wonderful flavour and pairs well with fish.
A neat trick to place the bacon strips in the husk!.Make sure to buy corn with the husk still attached. From the cook book 'Ben's Barbeque'. When we cooked this recipe the bacon did not get crip, more steamed from the corn. The corn had a delicious smoky flavour.
This salsa is similar to the Chimichurri from Argentina and can be used as a condiment or as a marinade for steak. The recipe is from Canadian Living. This recipe will cover BOTH as a marinade for 1 - 1 1/2 lbs of steak and as a salsa served with the steak
I am saving this one for our next camping trip, but this is also a great recipe for a quick, filling breakfast or light lunch. This recipe is very versatile and you can add any herb or vegetable to the eggs or as a topping. Suggestion -green onions, hot sauce, tomatoes etc UPDATE: We made this recipe for breakfast while camping this summer and it was just amazing.
I got the recipe from Canadian Living and it is a really nice rice with a subtle flavour. If you want more flavour you could add green salsa or hot peppers. The rice is meant to be served as a side to those dishes you don't want to have overpowered by the side. Quick and simple.
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