recipe for Spanish Salsa has been reproduced courtesy
Serrano Hams - www.orceserranohams.com
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for Spanish Salsa
- 8 medium ripe tomatoes
Garlic (amount depending on preference)
1 - 2 Green peppers
salt to taste
1 tbsp of sugar
to make Spanish Salsa
the tomatoes and then blend until they become a liquid.
tomatoes to a pan, add the salt and cook for roughly
de seed and chop the peppers into pieces about 2 cm
in size and chop the garlic.
a frying pan, add a little olive oil, the garlic and
the peppers. Allow to cook gently until they are soft.
about 20 minutes of cooking the tomatoes, almost all
of the liquid should have evaporated and you will
be left with a thick sauce. If necessary, cook a little
you have a thick salsa, turn the heat right down and
add the sugar to the tomatoes.
the cooked garlic and peppers to your tomatoes and
in a bowl adding a little olive oil to the salsa.
with permission of Orce