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