I stumbled across this gym yesterday and decided to make it for a company BBQ. The flavor and spice were amazing and paired well with the Carne Asada & Chicken Tacos we had. Absolutely a new favorite.
Salsa turned out great. Liked the heat but could still taste the other fresh ingredients. The only modification I made was to add the juice from 1 lime. Will definitely make again. Thanks.
I tried this recipe. It looked and was simple. I adjust the ingredients (as I do with most recipes). It was absolutely delicious. I left just a little habanero seeds and wow, it was fiery. But I like it hot. I love the fact that I'm making fresh salsa, with no preservative. I wash, chop, and season everything myself. Getting ready to make some more right now.
This recipe is simple and great. The local farmers market was out of habanero salsa, so decided to make my own. I used a "Slap Chopper" for the garlic and habanero's with seeds. It was perfect, hot enough for my taste buds and not so hot that I had to add anything to cool it down. Thank You!
I loved this recipe! I was looking for a salsa that departed from the standard chunky, heavy cilantro style salsa and this was it. If you like a good burn, definitely leave the seeds in. Nice and flavorful (and not just cilantro this time).
Loved this recipe. I used 5 habaneros and left a couple seeds in. It was still quite spicy, so next time i'm planning to remove all seeds. I threw it all in a cuisinart and made it nice and smooth, took it to a New Years party last night and it was a hit!
I used 1 habanero and 5 large jalapenos and it was great. It will be our new favorite salsa as the peppers become ripe over the summer. I will try the 5 habaneros on a more adventurous day. Thanks for the recipe.
This salsa is delicious. I made it to go with Carne Asada. Everyone loved it. It wasn't too hot were you were sweating but you could feel it. I also used El Pato tomato sauce which has jalepenos in it. I am making it again this weekend.
Very good recipe - we love it hot and I had to tone it down for my son by adding additional tomatoes. We started with 28oz can crushed tomatoes and skipped the fresh tomatoes and sauce (my husband can't eat fresh tomatoes) so this was a perfect recipe for us.
mmm. great recipe! I included about 2/3 of the seeds. and I got some good, not from concentrate, crushed tomatoes and used those instead of the medium tomatoes and tomato sauce. also added juice of a whole lime (figure I could use the vitamin C). spicy but not super ultra hot.