Thursday, June 16, 2011

The Easiest Fire Roasted Salsa, Ever

If you have a broiler or an open flame, you can make this salsa.  Believe it or not, I eat other things other than hummus, like lots of salsa.  I guess I'm just a "dip" kind of girl.  Anyways, this is perfect for dipping, on tacos, and especially on eggs.  All you need to do is.....

Take 2 large of 3 small-ish Tomatoes
1 Medium White Onion, halved
3 Cloves Garlic, do not peel!
3 Jalapenos

Fire up that broiler and put the rack as close to the flame as possible.  Place all your ingredients on a rimmed baking sheet.  Let them roast for 8-10 minutes, checking on them every few minutes, turning them to get an even char.  You may need to take out the garlic if it's getting too brown.  Once they get good and black, and I mean charred (it is fire roasted after all), plop it all in the food processor!  Add about 3 Tablespoons lime juice and pulse a little more.  After removing from the FP, stir in a handful of chopped cilantro.  That's it!

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