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But my favorite of all is Coyote Cocina's New Mexico Green Chili Salsa [salsakiss.com]. It's like crack.
These salsas are usually available in the States at your local Whole Paycheck and other organic whole food type stores.
Chipotle Hot Sauce
Absolutely MADE for smearing generously on a big Angus beef ribeye about 1/2 hour before grilling... Why didn't I pack my hot sauce before I headed overseas? *snif*
shake a little habanero sauce on your scrambled eggs
Hot sauce is good on just about anything! Haven't tried it on donuts just yet though... If anyone has let me know the turnout, really I am interested! ;)
You're not a real addict until you make you own salsa.
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The is nothing better than a fresh salsa that has had a few hours to meld.
I am for chips and salsa what Homer is for donuts :) Mmmmmmmmnnnnnn
Is it lunch time yet?
I'm kind of partial to thick salsas with big tomato chunks, served with heavy-duty tortilla chips. Sam's Club (warehouse store) has often sold really big containers of Pace Thick & Chunky, good texture though a bit mild in flavor. The huge container avoids any guilt feelings about consuming it by the bowlful. ;)
My favorite store-bought brand is "Green Mountain Gringo" salsa, the hot version. I like chunks of pepper, garlic, tomato, and all that, and won't buy anything that has tomato puree or some such nonesense on the label. (They're what canned spaghetti sauce is to Italian food.)
The smart thing to do with your salsa is to give it a generous splash of habanero sauce. You guests will not eat it. That leaves more for you.
my husband does that sometimes and it works ;) We must have a couple of dozen different brands of hot sauce on hand - but we eat salsa all the time too - there's always some in the fridge.
LisaB (who is getting hungry)