Friday, May 14, 2010

Salsa Borracha (Drunken Salsa)

I found this recipe  in the News Paper and I thought that I would like to try in and see if it's taste good, so I thought I would put It on my blog. so I can share it with anyone who Read's my blog. Is there any other reason. So here It is and I hope you enjoy Thanks

8 dried pasilla chillies or dried anchor chilies
1 cup fresh orange juice
1/2 cup golden tequila
1 garlic clove, minced
1/4 cup olive oil
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup crumbled anejo cheese of feta cheese

Cook the chilies in a dry saute pan over high heat turning constantly until slightly toasted, about2 minutes. Remove from the seeds. Tear them into small pieces and add them to a blender.

Add the orange juice, tequila, garlic and olive oil to the blender. Puree the salsa and add it to the saute pan used to toast the salsa with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Cool completely. Transfer to a serving bowl and top with crumbled anejo cheese.

NOTE: The ancho chili is a dried poblano chili, It is also as "pasilla" or "Chile negro." Anejo is a salty, crumbly cheese that is generally sprinkled on top of enchiladas, burritos and tacos. It can be substituted with feta cheese. The chilies and the anejo can be found in some supermarkets, Latin specialty markets or online.

There is now magick in this recipe but you can make it into one if you like...)0(

1 comment:

vva said...

This is an amazing cocktail. To be honest I love tequila and mezcal cocktails. They are amazing. 1942 is a great choice.

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