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“It's like hot sauce. If you're like me & love spicy then you'll love this. Plus, you can put it on most everything.”
READY IN:
13mins
SERVES:
10-20
YIELD:
3-4 cups
UNITS:
US

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Boil the tomatoes & jalapenos in a medium pot.Dice up one of the avocados into 1/4 inch pieces and place to side. you can spray with lime juice to keep from turning brown.
  2. Once the tomatoes & jalapenos are done. You can tell the tomatoes are done when the skins have lifted almost completely off & the jalapenos have changed/darkened a bit in color. Peel off the tomato skins the rest of the way and cut out the core ( BE CAREFUL THEY'RE HOT!). Place them into a blender and blend until they're like liquid. then cut off the tops of the jalapenos, again be careful they're hot. Place them into a blender one at a time. I'd leave it at two. Place in blender w/ the tomatoes & blend till liquid consistency.
  3. Scoop out the insides of the other avocado & blend with the jalapenos & tomatoes, again to liquid like consistency.Cut the Spanish onion in half. take one of the halves & cut in half again. Take that quarter of the onion and place in blender with the mix and blend again till there's no chunks of onion.
  4. Sprinkle in some adobo, garlic powder & lime juice. Then, taste! if it's not hot enough, blend in the 3rd jalapeno. Once the taste is to your liking, pour mixture into bowl and add the diced up pieces of avocado and mix up into the Chile.
  5. Serve! Spoon onto whatever you like. Goes best on rice and red meat or poultry.
  6. Note: if you have a fruit/ vegetable stand it's cheapest to buy ingredients there.

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