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1 October, 2016

Chile de Arbol Salsa

Chile de Arbol Salsa
Posted in : Chiles, Salsas and Guacamoles, Food History, Recipes, Texas Mexican Cuisine (not Tex-Mex) on by : Adán
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When you want an aromatic salsa on the table, use this Chile De Arbol.  Its flaky and fiercely tasty. Native Mexican, of course, its flavor is very mild, a bit similar to that of the Serrano.  But unlike the Serrano, chile de arbol is used mainly in its dried form.  The name “chile of a
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23 September, 2016

Green Salsa Serrano en Molcajete

Green Salsa Serrano en Molcajete
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Green Salsa, Serrano chile,  is a  classic Texas Mexican table salsa.  If you’re from this region, send me an email or comment about how you’ve savored this in your home. Amá (we did not use the Spanish word, mamá) always had this salsa on the kitchen table.  The straight taste of chile Serrano and salt
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9 September, 2016

Traditional Mexican Salsa:Serrano And Tomato

Traditional Mexican Salsa:Serrano And Tomato
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Three native ingredients make this traditional Mexican salsa a delectable culinary heritage:  tomato, chile and salt.  Each provides important nutritional elements, and the combination is, well, fresh and delicious.  There is much to be said for simplicity. My mom, amá, made this salsa everyday, using a molcajete, the made-by-hand volcanic rock mortar that is a
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21 September, 2013

Salsa de Tomate y Chile Serrano – Fresh Tomato and Serrano Salsa

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Three native ingredients make this traditional salsa a delectable culinary heritage:  tomato, chile and salt.  Each provides important nutritional elements, and the combination is, well, fresh and delicious.  There is much to be said for simplicity. Our Texas Indian ancestors used the salt from two large salt lakes near Raymondville, “La Sal Vieja” and “La
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23 November, 2012

Salsa, Chile de Arbol

Salsa, Chile de Arbol
Posted in : Chiles, Salsas and Guacamoles, Food History, Recipes, Texas Mexican Cuisine (not Tex-Mex) on by : Adán
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When you want an aromatic salsa on the table, use this Chile De Arbol. Native Mexican, of course, its flavor is similar to that of the Serrano.  But unlike the Serrano, chile de arbol is used mainly in its dried form.  The name “chile of a tree,” does not mean that the chile grows on
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12 August, 2012

Serrano Salsa en Molcajete

Serrano Salsa en Molcajete
Comments : 3 Posted in : Chiles, Salsas and Guacamoles, Food History, Recipes, Texas Mexican Cuisine (not Tex-Mex) on by : Adán
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Serrano Salsa is a  classic Texas Mexican table salsa.  If you’re from this region, send me an email or comment about how you’ve savored this in your home. Amá (we did not use the Spanish word, mamá) always had this salsa on the kitchen table.  The straight taste of chile Serrano and salt is a
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