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Old 05-03-2010, 09:06 AM   #1
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Mary B is a woman who is like a grandmother to me but not related. My grandparents all died when I was very young so I didn't know them too well. Mary has been a very close family friend forever and she was like my adopted grandmother. Her cooking was out of this world and yesterday I got her tomato hot sauce recipe. I tweaked it just a bit adding a bit of cilantro and I grilled all the vegetables except the tomatoes. It came out awesome and I really enjoyed it. Plus its easy to make and keeps for quite a while in a container in the fridge. Hopefully someone here will enjoy her recipe as much as I do. It's great with chips, on fajita tacos and just plain good on everything.
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2 medium 14oz cans of peeled tomatoes or equivalent fresh roma tomatoes
4 -6 small cloves garlic chopped
˝ onion sliced
Palm full of chile pequin or 4 fresh jalapeno peppers
1 tsp of kosher salt

˝ bunch of cilantro

Grill jalapenos and onions over medium heat until soft
Boil tomatoes just until boiling then toss into blender with chopped garlic, onion, peppers, salt and add 1 tbsp of white vinegar to preserve. Blend until smooth.
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Old 05-03-2010, 09:33 AM   #2
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sounds lovely. May have to try it
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Another thing to put on my to do list....
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why not roast the tomatoes if going fresh?
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why not roast the tomatoes if going fresh?
Yes if going fresh definately roast the tomatoes I just boiled them because I was using canned tomatoes.
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Old 05-04-2010, 02:25 PM   #7
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Very similar to my Mom's recipe. I like to add a little lime juice. It helps give it a subtle, but refreshing flavor.
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A handful of pequin? That seems like a lot, no?
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A handful of pequin? That seems like a lot, no?
hehe, I missed that. It probably depends on how long you want the guests to stay.

If using canned tomatoes, I usually add from 1/2-1 T. The longer they've been in the freezer, the fewer I add. The heat does intensify.
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A handful of pequin? That seems like a lot, no?
Lol I guess it depends on the hand. That's the way she wrote it so take into account woman hands. This was a small woman so I wouldn't use a big old man palm full. I like it spicy but not too spicy. Jorge I was thinking of trying that the next batch I will definately do so.
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