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from US 4 oz of canned chipotle chiles in adobo sauce 6 medium tomatoes 1 small onion (or half of a large one) 1 bunch fresh cilantro 4 cloves of garlic juice from one orange a bit of orange zest (approx. 1/2 teaspoon) Salt to taste Remove the chiles from the can. You will not use the remaining sauce in this recipe, however you can reserve the sauce to add flavor to other dishes such as shredded beef or chicken dishes. Put the chiles into a food processor. (No food processor? Then chop up the ingredients as much as possible and mix together, or grind them up with a molcajete.) Pulse the processor on slow speed just to break up the chiles a bit. Then cut the tomato flesh away from the seeds, chop up the onions into large chunks and place them both into the processor with the chiles. Also remove the leaves from the cilantro (see how) and add to the processor with the garlic cloves, the orange juice and orange zest. Start with about 1/2 teaspoon salt and add more to taste. Process the ingredients until they are the desired consistency. I prefer it to be fairly smooth with a little bit of chunks.

Orange Chipotle Salsa


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(posted May 24, 2011)

from US

4 oz of canned chipotle chiles in
adobo sauce
6 medium tomatoes
1 small
onion (or half of a large one)
1 bunch fresh
cilantro
4 cloves of
garlic
juice from one
orange
a bit of
orange zest (approx. 1/2 teaspoon)
Salt to taste

Remove the chiles from the can. You will not use the remaining
sauce in this recipe, however you can reserve the sauce to add flavor to other dishes such as shredded beef or chicken dishes. Put the chiles into a food processor. (No food processor? Then chop up the ingredients as much as possible and mix together, or grind them up with a molcajete.) Pulse the processor on slow speed just to break up the chiles a bit. Then cut the tomato flesh away from the seeds, chop up the onions into large chunks and place them both into the processor with the chiles. Also remove the leaves from the cilantro (see how) and add to the processor with the garlic cloves, the orange juice and orange zest. Start with about 1/2 teaspoon salt and add more to taste. Process the ingredients until they are the desired consistency. I prefer it to be fairly smooth with a little bit of chunks.



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