Yield: Yields about 2 cups.
Serranos are generally hotter than jalapeños, but they’re also smaller, so you can use either, in the same quantity. This salsa goes well with Sirloin Tacos and other Tex-Mex dishes.
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I agree this is the best salsa--this is the only salsa recipe I make now. It's great with either supermarket Roma's or summer-ripe tomatoes from our CSA.
This is the best recipe we have found - and it's SO good- we have had guests ask where we bought the salsa from- fantastic taste. Completely worth it to make your own salsa- it;s 1000 times better than the best supermarket one.
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