Recipe Origin Mexico
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 4
Preparation 15 min 00:15
Cook 30 min 00:30
Ready in 45 min 00:45
Difficulty Seasoned
Cooking Method Grill
Ingredients Tomato Vegetable
Equipment BBQ Grill No Cook
Recipe Type Condiment Side Dish
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Grilled Salsa Grilled Salsa

Grilled Salsa

Taking the ingredients of a standard salsa and grilling them gives this popular Mexican salsa a deeper rich flavor.

The tomatoes and chilies can be grilled directly over any open flame such as a camp fire or gas stove, alternately they can be cooked over a hot grill.

Feel free to use your preferred combination of chilies to make the recipe as mild, or as hot as you like it.

Ingredients

4 tomatoes

2 mild chilies, such as poblano

1 hot chili, such as a jalapeno, to taste

1 small bunch cilantro (coriander)

1 lime, or 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar

1 teaspoon olive oil

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

Equipment

flame from grill, fire or gas stove

Recipe Directions

  1. Prepare the fire, grill or gas stove to a hot heat, then place the tomatoes and chilies on.

  2. Turn the tomatoes and chili frequently so the skin blackens and starts to peal. When cooked all over remove from the fire and put in a sealed plastic bag.
    (This lets the steam from the hot tomatoes and chilies to continue cooking them, making the skin easier to remove)

  3. Remove the skin from the tomatoes and chilies, then dice as finally as possible. Finley dice the leafs from the cilantro.

  4. Combine the tomato, chilies, cilantro, lime juice, olive oil and salt. Let sit for about 10 minutes for the flavors to combine before serving.

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Recipe Origin Mexico
Rating
No Reviews
Servings 4
Preparation 15 min 00:15
Cook 30 min 00:30
Ready in 45 min 00:45
Difficulty Seasoned
Cooking Method Grill
Ingredients Tomato Vegetable
Equipment BBQ Grill No Cook
Recipe Type Condiment Side Dish
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