Yield: Yields about 3-1/2 cups.
Add minced habanero or jalapeño chiles if you like it spicy, but taste your roasted poblano before adding any more heat; some poblanos can be just as hot as jalapeños. Passionfruit adds a lovely tropical fragrance and tangy flavor, so it’s worth seeking out. This salsa is a nice change from the usual with chips, and it shines over grilled chicken or fish.
Make Ahead Tips
The salsa may be made up to 8 hours ahead; refrigerate if making more than 2 hours ahead but return to room temperature before serving.
If using orange juice instead of passionfruit, add a little extra lime juice since orange juice is less tart.
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