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Fresh, flavorful, and with a kick - this chipotle salsa recipe is one that will put your local Baja restaurant to shame. Made in under 30 minutes - you will NEVER buy store bought salsa again with this easy recipe.
I first tasted Roasted Chipotle Salsa at Rubio's restaurant, and it was love at first bite. This wasn't a flavor I could buy in a grocery store salsa, so I recreated it at home. This recipe comes together quickly and tastes very similar to the one served at the restaurant. You'll love serving this restaurant style recipe up with Baja Fish Tacos and chips.
Canned Chipotle Peppers - this is the main flavor of the salsa. You can find canned chipotle peppers in ethnic foods aisle at the grocery store. You are going to use a few of the chipotle peppers in the can and some of the adobo liquid in the can.
I love this blender- it is beautiful. I have always wanted a blendtec. Full time work and college takes a toll on you plus bills,lol. Salsa is one of my favorites and the salsa you made looks phenomenal.ne of my favorite recipes of your lately has been the Tropical Green Smoothie. Its my go to- O and I drink this like 4 days a week!
this salsa looks so good! My husband lived in Mexico for two years, and always complains that my salsa isn't "authentic", haha! This one looks authentic. ;) Also, that teal blender (and the lime one!) are rad.
Who doesn't love chips and dip!!! Put a bowl of fresh salsa on the table and people will be happy. Serve a few beers and people will be laughing. Serve a few margaritas and you have yourselves a party!
If you add them in the following order the food processor will break down the larger items before it gets to the cilantro, so you will still get attractive green flecks in your salsa rather than a brown colored salsa.
Hi Judy,I have never tried it with garlic powder and like you say I think it will taste different to fresh.But as a general rule 1/4 tsp of garlic powder is equivalent to a medium clove of chopped fresh garlic.Even though the recipe uses 3 cloves, I would try using just 1/2 tsp of garlic powder and taste your finished salsa.I hope that helps. Do let me know if you try it and I can add a note in the recipe card.Cx
I have never frozen it so I can't say for sure! But I think it should be okay. You might find the cilantro goes a little dark/black. But the flavor shouldn't be affected.I keep it in the fridge for at least a week (probably more like 10 days) and it has been fine. BUT most food safety websites suggest only 5 days for fresh salsas, which is why I suggest 5 days as I don't like to advise anything different.Hope that helps Cx
Hi Claire, I'm on the Keto plan and don't have carbs, so would this salsa be OK without the sugar. I'd love to try your recipe as anything bought has the sugar in and since this is homemade I'm hoping you can help me out. Thank you.
Can the salsa last more than 4 days in the fridge? One jar doesn't last long in my house but I don't always want to whip up a new batch every other day. So, can I double it and then store it in the fridge (in a mason jar) for longer than 4 days?
The salsa bar has four different salsas ranging from mild to spicy, and I do like that their picante is really picante, not some watered down spicy salsa other places like to pass off. There is also pickled carrots and jalapenos which I like to take a bite of in between bites of my food.
I am so glad to see this review! I love Rubios and it is my favorite. I have tried the all the items you had in here and like them all. I am a fan of battered fish and always prefer it, even though the grilled fish is healthier. The place(s) are always clean, the staff is helpful and friendly. I especially like the salsa bar and ALL that is offered. They always manage to keep it well supplied and clean. I will drive out of my way to find a Rubios! Also love their salad bowls! Good prices for the quality. 2b1af7f3a8