If you liked the Fire Roasted Tomato, Green Chile and Corn Salsa, you going to love this dish. In fact, this is the reason I made the salsa in the first place. This was a stunningly delicious meal and relatively simple, too.
Today’s post is about salsa. Not any old salsa but a salsa loaded with fire roasted veggies. Absolutely delicious, too. Since football season is here, you definitely need to try this while watching your favorite team on Saturday/Sunday. If you’re not a football fan, you need to try this anyway on any day you feel like it.
What a lovely meal!! I got the inspiration for this dish from Vicki Bensinger at In-Home Culinary Classes, although we have modified it considerably. The dish just looked sooo good I couldn’t resist giving it a try. This is a real show stopper that will impress any dinner guest, not to mention your family.
Whoa! Big, bold flavors. Meats broiled to perfection. Last night’s dinner was sooo good Baby Lady is still talking about it today. According to Baby Lady there are some dishes you fix that will stay with you for a long time and this is one of them. If you liked the post on Tacos de Pescado al Mojo de Ajo (Fish Tacos with Garlic Salsa), then you will love this recipe. Continue reading Salsa Macha Two Ways
This is a delicious meal using the salsa verde from the previous post. It is by no means Mexican food but it has the wonderful flavors from south of the border. You get the nice bright tanginess of the tomatillos, the smokey earthiness of the cumin and roasting of the veggies, the floral component of the cilantro and the kick of heat from the Serrano chiles all coupled with the dense meatiness of the swordfish. This is a wonderful use of the salsa verde and is a quick, easy dish to prepare, perfect for a weeknight meal. Continue reading Swordfish with Salsa Verde and Ensalada la Bandera Mexicana (Mexican Flag Salad)
Have you ever noticed each region has its own style of cooking and some dishes immediately come to mind when you think of various places? For instance, Maine has its lobster roll. Chitown has its deep dish pizza. The South has its fried food. Louisiana has its gumbo. Well, Texas has its Tex-Mex and it sure is good. This recipe is for a Mexican style salsa verde (green sauce). Beautiful, green, tangy and slightly spicy! Just the way we like it. Continue reading Salsa Verde