Salsa recipe similar to La Hacienda Ranch?

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Re: Salsa recipe similar to La Hacienda Ranch?

Postby strength_and_pow » Thu Jun 25, 2020 7:59 pm

opus wrote:
strength_and_pow wrote:I have made a smoked salsa where I blanched the tomatoes and gave everything a rough chop, set on a couple of wire racks and basically cold smoked with an Amazen smoke tube for a few hours then blended and it had a nice smoky flavor and a darker color. It was good the first day but even better the second.
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Do you mind sharing the full recipe? I would love to give it a try. I haven't seen any with bell peppers in them.

Don’t know that I followed an exact recipe, saw a smoked salsa thread online and ended up grabbing ingredients at the store. I probably googled salsa recipes from the store to make sure I had what I needed. Probably 2-3 hours of smoke and then into the blender it went. Blend, taste, add seasoning and ingredients, blend, taste, repeat until it’s where you want it. Sorry I’m not more help


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Re: Salsa recipe similar to La Hacienda Ranch?

Postby k.a.m. » Thu Jul 02, 2020 3:02 pm

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k.a.m. wrote:I am a pretty simple guy when it comes to salsa. Years ago a little place in Bracketville Texas called The Krazy Chicken had a salsa that was awesome. I asked the lady for the recipe and was surprised. Roasted jalapenos and whole canned tomatoes that's it. I now make my own using 3 or 4 roasted jalapenos from my cast iron skillet and a large can of whole tomatoes. Roast the peppers place in processor seeds and all then add tomatoes. Blend it up then simmer in a pot for about five minutes.


It is amazing that most recipes I've seen are using canned everything. Just different in the type of tomatoes. Some call for roasted, some whole canned, some diced and some call for rotel. They even call for canned non-pickled jalapenos. You must like spicy like me. I put 1 jalapeno in my last recipe and the wife was saying it was too hot and I didn't think it had any heat. I'm about ready to call her a fake cajun!

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Re: Salsa recipe similar to La Hacienda Ranch?

Postby Rambo » Fri Jul 10, 2020 11:45 pm

Currently I am using home grown tomatoes. Walmart has a diced “ Fire Roasted Tomatoes “ and they work great. I pull out my meat grinder and use the larger plate like a chili grind, works great. I Do Not run the Onions and Jalepeno’s through the grinder or blender; small chopped. Tomorrow I’m going to make a large batch and smoke the tomatoes in the pit using Pecan at high temp

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