A classic, fresh Mexican chile sauce.
Chimichurri is an Argentine sauce. You can use it in a zillion ways — as a vinaigrette over salad, as a marinade for fish, poultry or meat, etc.
A gorgeous fresh salsa; looks and tastes great. Serve with nachos as a dip, or as a side relish with a meal.
Good make ahead recipe. You can even make it a day ahead — the flavours will get a chance to marry.
A great cooked Mexican sauce, typically for use as a sauce within other recipes. It has a clean, authentic taste and thick, meaty texture.
A dead-easy recipe for a tomato sauce to be used with Mexican dishes.
This is a fresh tomato sauce (as opposed to cooked.) Serve as you would a relish, particularly with Mexican food.
Called salsa de chile verde in Mexico.
The flavours of the roasted corn are fantastic.
Salsa means sauce, in Spanish. Though the Spanish do make sauces, generally when you see the word Salsa there will be a Mexican sauce involved. There are raw sauces and cooked sauces. If you see the word “cruda” in the name of a Salsa recipe, “cruda” means “raw” in Spanish. You can buy commercially prepared…
This is one of those free-flowing recipes; for your convenience, a few arbitrary measurements are attached, but really it’s up to how much you want to make and your tastes.