Essential chopped tomato-habanero salsa (Xnipec) from Rick Bayless's Mexican Kitchen: Capturing the Vibrant Flavors of a World-Class Cuisine (page 28) by Rick Bayless

  • cilantro
  • red onions
  • tomatoes
  • radishes
  • habanero chiles
  • sour oranges
  • EYB Comments

    Can substitute limes for sour oranges, and jalapeño chiles or serrano chiles for habanero chiles.

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  • Eat Your Books

    Can substitute limes for sour oranges, and jalapeño chiles or serrano chiles for habanero chiles.

  • Zosia on May 05, 2020

    I really enjoyed the freshness and crunch of this salsa. I used the recommended substitutes of lime juice and jalapenos for sour orange juice and habeneros respectively.

  • Rutabaga on January 01, 2015

    This is a refreshing, bright and spicy salsa. Habañeros have a beautiful sunny, floral flavor beneath the heat, and that works really well for a fresh salsa. Even made with winter tomatoes, the other ingredients helped this salsa shine. Bayless's suggestion for taking the seeds out the tomatoes is a good one; it makes for a much cleaner, more attractive salsa.

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