|Spanish Cuisine: The Gourmet's Companion|
|by Matt A. Casado|
Not to be confused with spicy Mexican and Central American foods, Spanish cuisine draws on two basic Mediterranean ingredients: garlic and olive oil.
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In a running ... two pounds quartered fresh tomatoes or one ... until the desired consistency. Add salt to taste and serve with warm tortilla chips. , TX
Mix all ingredients ... This makes 2 quart jars and will stay fresh in the refrigerator for about a week. But...it usually doesn't last that long. Enjoy.
(That have been ... is marinating, prepare salsa, set aside. ... will find two pieces. When tying the meat together, be sure fat side is on the outside.
Mix all ingredients except for lime. Squeeze lime over mixture and mix again. Serve with tortilla chips.
Place onion, green pepper and parsley in blender or food processor (with blade) coarsely chop with on, off pulse. Add tomatoes, salt, pepper and ...
Mix drained chopped ... parsley and salt. Add fresh lime juice to taste. Heat can be adjusted by using more or less peppers. Great as a dip for corn chips.
Cook bacon in a large Dutch oven until crisp. Remove bacon, reserving 2 tablespoons drippings in Dutch oven. Crumble bacon and set aside. Saute onion ...
Mix diced tomatoes, ... gently stir in a blender if desired. Makes 4 - 6 cups of delicious fresh salsa, and keeps well in a refrigerated closed container.
Combine all ingredients and chill for awhile. Dip with corn chips.
Mix ingredients together and chill. Serve with tortilla chips.
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