Sunday, February 9, 2014

Easy Pablano Pepper Salsa

For game day this past Sunday, my mom and I agreed we needed some salsa.

We didn't go to any Superbowl parties or really make a big deal out of the day (we honestly only watch it for the commercials...) but we still thought we needed at least ONE staple food!

This recipe is SUPER easy. I was surprised by how simple it was... my gal Taylor whips up hot salsa on a weekly bases, and I was inspired by her love of the stuff to make this.

Easy Pablano Pepper Salsa
1 large pablano pepper, DESEEDED
2 large jalepeno peppers, seeds in (or remove some if want less spicy)
2 large tomatoes
1 medium onion
sea salt
garlic powder (or fresh garlic)
big handful cilantro

1) Boil the peppers and the tomatoes. You want the peppers to look less "shiney" and the tomatoes to be squishy.

2) Remove the veggies from the water and take the lids off the peppers. You can also remove the tomato skins, but I'm Miss Frugal and found that to just be a waste.

3) Place all the ingredients in the food processor, or a blender. Blend until you have your desired consistancy.

This is so quick, easy, and DELICIOUS. It was just the right amount of hotness for me, but feel free to adjust the levels of spicy deliciousness to your liking.

I might also add that the chips in the picture are totally not healthy. Haha! My sister brought them back from Chipotle and I needed something more to the photo than just salsa!

What did you eat on game day?


1 comment:

GiGi Eats Celebrities said...

LOVE salsa! It's so incredibly easy to make. I actually really like mixing salsa in burgers! It give them a little something something ;)