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Habanero and Red Onion Salsa (and Habanero-free Red Onion Salsa), by beaneronthefrontier.com

Habanero and Red Onion Salsa (and Habanero-free Red Onion Salsa), by beaneronthefrontier.com

This is is the best ever authentic guacamole recipe! The secret step that makes this so special is mashing some of the red onion in a mortar and pestle before adding the rest of the ingredients - the flavour of the paste mixed throughout the guacamole really takes this to another level!

Proper Guacamole

This is is the best ever authentic guacamole recipe! The secret step that makes this so special is mashing some of the red onion in a mortar and pestle before adding the rest of the ingredients - the flavour of the paste mixed throughout the guacamole really takes this to another level!

Rustic Molcajete Salsa #Recipe - Get a taste of this spicy traditional recipe from the Taste of México Sweepstakes.

Rustic Molcajete Salsa #Recipe - Get a taste of this spicy traditional recipe from the Taste of México Sweepstakes.

Salsa is a Mexican sauce. Mexican salsas were traditionally produced using the morter and pestle, although blenders are now more commonly used. There are many different types Salsas.

Salsa is a Mexican sauce. Mexican salsas were traditionally produced using the morter and pestle, although blenders are now more commonly used. There are many different types Salsas.

3 Authentic Mexican Salsa Recipes  Video is great!!  A good quality mortar and pestle is important. You can buy one in a Mexican store. Grain or stone needs to be small. Large grain tends to break and can be grainy..It is very heavy stone volcanic dense and small grain on stone..You can polish with large grain salt.  http://cookingschool.epicurious.com/c1-class1.php

3 Authentic Mexican Salsa Recipes Video is great!! A good quality mortar and pestle is important. You can buy one in a Mexican store. Grain or stone needs to be small. Large grain tends to break and can be grainy..It is very heavy stone volcanic dense and small grain on stone..You can polish with large grain salt. http://cookingschool.epicurious.com/c1-class1.php

Building an Indian Pantry: I have not tried the recipes on this site, but their spice guides are a good start to anyone who wants to start cooking Indian food. I would add Amchur (mango powder) to the list, as well as a good spice grinder or mortar and pestle.

Building an Indian Pantry: I have not tried the recipes on this site, but their spice guides are a good start to anyone who wants to start cooking Indian food. I would add Amchur (mango powder) to the list, as well as a good spice grinder or mortar and pestle.

Mexican Breakfast Cups. I think I'd leave out the avocado as I most likely will be freezing them. Sub in salsa & green chilis & maybe cilantro?  No flour?

Mexican Breakfast Cups

Mexican Breakfast Cups. I think I'd leave out the avocado as I most likely will be freezing them. Sub in salsa & green chilis & maybe cilantro? No flour?

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa Verde (tomatillos, onions, garlic, jalapenos, vegetable oil, ground cumin, salt, cilantro, avocados, lime)

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa Verde

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa Verde (tomatillos, onions, garlic, jalapenos, vegetable oil, ground cumin, salt, cilantro, avocados, lime)

Pico de Gallo Chunky Mexican Salsa, by beaneronthefrontier.com

Pico de Gallo Chunky Mexican Salsa, by beaneronthefrontier.com

Salsa de molcajete    4 large tomatillos  2 roma tomatoes  ¼ medium onion  2 hot jalapeño chiles  2 cloves garlic  ½ bunch of cilantro (or to taste)  Salt

A Protein-Packed Salsa Recipe You've Got To Try (VIDEO)

Salsa de molcajete 4 large tomatillos 2 roma tomatoes ¼ medium onion 2 hot jalapeño chiles 2 cloves garlic ½ bunch of cilantro (or to taste) Salt

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