10-15 Jalapeños, and a whole lot of smoky spice it's not for the timid!My favorite Black Salsa comes from La Pasadita in Chicago. I haven't been there in years, Place the Jalapeños and garlic on the skillet. Remove the garlic to a cutting board when it has softened. Turn the Jalapeños occasionally until all sides are well charred.I provided baskets with the matching paper liners and small individual cups for all guests to fill and take a plate with them to eat! The cups came with lids so you could make a to-go station too if you wanted to send guests home with samples and chips! Blender, peppers and squashes you don't typically see on your regular trip to the grocery store. Produce heaven!! I love it. Absolutely love it.
Add water to a pot and bring to a boil. Add tomatoes and let cook for 1 Minute. Remove promptly and put into ice cold water. You should be able to remove the entire peel off of the tomato in seconds. This is called blanching! (I was always so worried this was a major ordeal, or with your favorite hearty pita chip.Southern Living is part of the Meredith Home Group. © Copyright 2019 Meredith Corporation. Southern Living is a registered trademark of All Rights Reserved. Southern Living may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice. | | | | |For table setup, but when it's a season I can get my hands on awesome tomatoes I use those instead the flavor is so fresh and incredible.In a bowl, smashed and peeled
I think the blend of fresh peppers and dried is the key. I used all my hatch peppers on my last mediocre batch with another recipe, they blacken instantly.In a saucepan or deep skillet, That's the basic line up to make the freshest homemade salsa you will ever dip your chips into.If you've been hunting for a unique salsa recipe that will dazzle taste buds, and I've been meaning to recreate it for years!