Roasted jalapeños create a spicy, robust salsa. This salsa recipe is easy to make in a food processor. Perfect for chips or add some zing with your queso.
My first experience with Taco Deli’s addictive salsa, known as Doña Sauce, unfolded at work. A co-worker invited me to experience this new salsa from a local taco shop, ‘Be careful, it’s hot’ he warned.
I carefully tried a small amount of bright, green, creamy salsa on my corn chip and was transported to a wonderful place of fire roasted, smoky, peppery salsa goodness. I grabbed another chip, this time with a heftier amount, and another……and oh…..another!
This kept going on until each chip was followed by a swig of water as the fiery-ness of Taco Deli’s ‘Crack Sauce’ caught up with me. ‘And THAT’S why we order the large bowl’ he proudly exclaimed.
This salsa tastes just like Taco Deli’s so I believe I cracked the simple code. It is a versatile salsa, you don’t have to use jalapeños, any pepper will work but Taco Deli uses jalapeños.
You can add this salsa as spice mixture for sauces, meats and dips. It’s amazing on its own as well as a jumping off point for other dishes. Experiment, create, enjoy! If you make something with this let us know. Oh yes, please try it on Mulitas too!
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Did you make too much? You can use the extra salsa, just substitute the Salsa for jalapeños and garlic in this dish.
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