4 Reviews

I reduced this recipe by about 3/4 and it turned out great. It was just the right level of spiciness and easy to make. I served it with ravioli, which went with it suprisingly well.

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Kitzy October 25, 2007

This salsa was very good with a good blend of roasted flavors. I have been looking for a good cooked salsa and this was very close to perfect. 3 pounds of roma tomatoes ended up being 19 tomatoes for me (for future reference). I omitted the habaneros because the store didn't have them, but I added 2 extra jalapenos and an extra onion. It ended up spicy, but not too spicy. Also, I used red wine vinegar instead. I can't wait to try it tomorrow after the flavors have blended even more.

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Tee Lee March 25, 2007

Very good recipe. I have been wanting to make a good salsa for a long time. This was almost perfect. I made it first following the above recipe. Then again with some must do changes. I used Roma tomatoes. Roast all veggies on an outdoor grill over your favorite wood until lightly blackened on all sides, add a few shakes of ground cumin, a good squeeze of lime, 4 green onions trimmed to about 5-inches long, 1/2 tsp Mexican oregano, 1/2 bunch cilantro, 1/2 can chipotle peppers and 1/2 of the adobe sauce, add 1 tbs olive oil to the final product and forget the habaneros or you can add later. Now that is gooood salsa.

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Wing-Man June 03, 2005

This was failry easy to make and my first attempt at making a roasted salsa. everyone enjoyed it.

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bbqking August 30, 2004
Roasted Jalapeno and Tomato Salsa