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Homemade Salsa Recipes Your Way

June 1

Everyone has their own particular preference when it comes to eating fresh salsa. What’s great about making salsa at home is that you can customize it to fit your pallet. 

 

 

Mark Bittmans Tomato-Onion Salsa Submitted by BakeSpace Member Sugarchic

 

Mild-Mannered

 

Try substituting Jalapenos with a milder type of chili pepper such as Anaheim or Poblano chilis.

You can also cut down on spice by using just 1/2 of the Jalapeno pepper in the recipe, or by seeding the Jalapeno before adding it to the mix.

Hot and Bothered

Craving more sizzle with your sauce? Add 1 to 2 more Jalapeno peppers, or trade in the Jalapeno for an intensely spicy Habanero chili. Just make sure to keep a glass of water handy, because this sauce can get mucho caliente!

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Adjusting Salsa Temperatures
Everyone has their own particular preference when it comes to eating fresh salsa. What’s great about making salsa at home is that you can customize it to fit your pallet.
Mild-Mannered
    * Try  substituting Jalapenos with a milder type of chili pepper such as Anaheim or Poblano chilis.
    * You can also cut down on spice by using just 1/2 of the Jalapeno pepper in the recipe, or by seeding the Jalapeno before adding it to the mix.
Hot and Bothered
    * Craving more sizzle with your sauce? Add 1 to 2 more Jalapeno peppers, or trade in the Jalapeno for an intensely spicy Habanero chili. Just make sure to keep a glass of water handy, because this sauce can get mucho caliente!
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One Comment
  1. June 14 10:30 am

    i tried this with the poblano chilis and it was delicious…love it 🙂

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