Jalapeño chili pepper is responsible for many health benefits. It comes from Mexico. It is rich in vitamins C, A, B, K, phosphorus, manganese, sodium, calcium, magnesium and iron. Has anti-diabetic, analgesic, anti-bacterial and anti-cancer effects. Maybe it is worth including it to your diet?
Mexicans serve spicy salsa with every meal. You will find a traditional Mexican recipe below (it is really spicy - you can first add 2 peppers and gradually increase their amount).
Ingredientes for spicy Mexican salsa:
4 jalapeño peppers
5 large tomatoes
1 teaspoon of salt
Cook tomatoes in water
Heat a frying pan or comal (shown in the picture above)
Arrange the cooked tomatoes and peppers on it. Every few minutes, turn the vegetables over until the peppers change the shade of the skin (green is faded).
Cut the peppers in halfes, remove the seeds and white parts from them (they are the most spicy). Remove the hard parts of the seed socket from tomatoes.
Put tomatoes, peppers, ¼ cup of water and salt into the cup of blender. Pulse blend - tomato seeds should still be visible.
Put the salsa to the jar. Keep in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.
Spicy Mexican salsa tastes best with guacamole (check the recipe perfect Mexican guacamole) and with tortilla, tostadas or nachos.
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