Fresh Salsa recipe is a Mexican meal that takes several minutes to make. If you enjoy Mexican for , you will like Fresh Salsa!
- What Course Is Fresh Salsa?
- How Long Does Fresh Salsa Recipe Take To Prepare?
- How Long Does Fresh Salsa Recipe Take To Cook?
- How Many Servings Does Fresh Salsa Recipe Make?
- What Are The Ingredients For Fresh Salsa Recipe?
- How Do I Make Fresh Salsa?
- What's The Nutritional Info For Fresh Salsa?
- What Type Of Cuisine Is Fresh Salsa?
- What Dietary Needs Does Fresh Salsa Meet?
This is a VERY large-scale recipe (scaleable, but this is the only time I measured), but the salsa is phenomenal!!!
How Long Does Fresh Salsa Recipe Take To Prepare?
Fresh Salsa takes 60 minutes to prepare.
How Long Does Fresh Salsa Recipe Take To Cook?
Fresh Salsa takes several minutes to cook.
How Many Servings Does Fresh Salsa Recipe Make?
Fresh Salsa makes 64 servings.
What Are The Ingredients For Fresh Salsa Recipe?
The ingredients for Fresh Salsa are:8-10 pounds tomatoes
4 pounds sweet peppers (bell or similar)
1 pound hot peppers (jalapeno, poblano, long hot, banana hot, finger hot are all nice)
2 pounds or more onions (white, yellow, and/or red)
1 bunch scallions
8-10 cloves garlic
juice of 4 limes
juice of 2-4 lemons
1/4 - 1/2 cup vinegar (cider is nice)
1/2 cup olive oil
1 tbsp brown sugar
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp oregano
2 tsp salt (more to taste)
crushed red pepper, black pepper, sriracha, coriander, paprika, ... to taste
How Do I Make Fresh Salsa?
Here is how you make Fresh Salsa:Obtain a large bowl or pot for mixing.Dice the tomatoes, sweet peppers, and onions. Slice the scallions, and mince the garlic. (DO NOT use a food processor.) Do the hot peppers last, or else chop them into a separate bowl. Before you add them, touch your finger to your lips. Add them based on your reaction to the peppers - more if you're OK with the heat, less if it's too intense. Remember, you can always add heat, but you can't take it out.Tip: When you cut the tomatoes, watch the amount of juice you let into the bowl. Round tomatoes tend to give off a lot of juice and leave only a little body. You can gut the tomatoes if you want - that will reduce the water -- but make sure you use enough tomatoes to compensate for the loss of volume. I prefer plum tomatoes because they don't have as much juice, but it is a LOT more cutting.Now, before you do anything else, mix it all up. Look at the colors. Is there too much white? Too much green? Not enough? It should be a vibrant and festive mix, about 40-50% red. Adjust if you need to.Juice the lemons and limes, and mix that in very well. Add the sugar, cumin, and oregano, and any other spices you might choose. Save the oil/vinegar and the salt for last. Be sure to taste it as you're going to ensure that your spice mixture is good. The salt should brighten and emphasize each of the flavors at this stage, but it shouldn't taste salty. Feel free to adjust your heat with extra peppers or by slipping in some alternate sources of heat. Watch your liquid levels when you're adding the oil and vinegar. They are essential, but this is salsa, not gazpacho.When you're satisfied with the flavor, mix everything up really well, and then set it aside for at least 4 hours, and preferably overnight or longer. Time is the BEST flavoring agent for fresh salsa - the flavors marry in a way that your mouth just can't achieve on its own.This works really well on chips, on veggies, in omelets, in burritos or fajitas or nachos, on top of lettuce as a salad, or pretty much any way you like to eat salsa.VARIATION:Substitute fruit (peaches, mangoes, and finely minced pineapple all work VERY well) for some of the tomatoes. The color balance will shift, so shift your expectations accordingly.This recipe makes about 8 quarts (64 1-cup servings). Scale as you see fit.Number of Servings: 64Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user JRMURRAY8.
What's The Nutritional Info For Fresh Salsa?
The nutritional information for Fresh Salsa is:
What Type Of Cuisine Is Fresh Salsa?
Fresh Salsa is Mexican cuisine.
What Dietary Needs Does Fresh Salsa Meet?
The dietary needs meet for Fresh Salsa is Vegetarian
More Online Recipes
Appetizers, Soups & Salads, Asian, Beef & Pork, Birthday, Breakfast, Brunch, Christmas, Cookout, Dessert, Dinner, Fish, French, German, Indian, Italian, Kids, Lunch, Mexican, Party, Picnic, Poultry, Salad, Sandwich, Side Dish, Side Items, Slow Cooker, Snack, Soup, Spanish, Thanksgiving, Vegetarian