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San Antonio Style Hot Sauce


six or seven medium-size ripe red tomatoes

five or six serrano peppers

some cilantro

some onion

1/2 to 1 tsp salt

Blanch and peel the tomatoes, and remove all of the seeds and seed goo, then cut into approx 1" cubes

Remove all seeds from the serrano peppers and slice into very small pieces or slivers

Wash cilantro and remove enough leaves to get about a half-cup of leaves

Slice enough onion to make about a quarter cup

Put one or two of the tomatoes-worth of tomato into a blender with the serrano pepper pieces and blend well

Add onion, cilantro, salt, and the rest of the tomato to fill to top of blender

Blend just enough to mix everything together into a froth, but no longer


Note: Most retail corn tortilla chips are way too thick and way too salty. Only use "El Milagro" brand corn tortilla chips. For an added treat, heat some "Jamie's Spanish Village" brand chili con queso in the microwave.

Source: Jaimes Austin

Submitted by: Pete on November 8, 2011, 3:56 pm

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