flavor/texture/consistency of what you get at the restaurant.
So, today I am going to share yet another Mexican recipe that we enjoy. I finally found a recipe that is easy to make and tastes pretty much exactly like the restaurant style salsa. Here it is!
Mexican Restaurant Style Salsa
28 oz. can of Crushed Tomatoes
½ teaspoon of salt
¼ teaspoon of Garlic Powder
10+/- Jalapeno peppers (Add more to increase heat)
10 or more leafs of cilantro
Place all the ingredients in a food processor or blender. Process until smooth. Pour into a dish and serve fresh!
- The fresher the salsa, the better the taste. After it sits in the refrigerator, it seems to loose some of it's flavor.
- The last time I made this salsa I skimped on the peppers because I was afraid of getting it too hot for the kiddos. However, I missed that extra heat that does seem to add more flavor.
- For your tortilla chips, place them on a pan in the toaster oven just before serving in order to warm them up and keep them crisp. It gives them that fresh restaurant style experience.