Two jalepeno condiments that would go quite nicely on the table at your next Mexican fiesta.

JALEPENO RELISH

1 cup jalapeños with a little liquid, remove stalks and rough chop

1 bunch coriander, washed, rough chop

1 cup cornichons or dill pickles, rough chop

½ red onion, diced

Seasoning

  • Pulse* ingredients in a food processer or dice finely.
  • Combine it all in a bowl with a splash of olive oil.
  • Eat it on you favourite mexican food, stir through salsas or my favourite application (yeah. I get my words de jour from my rash cream), smash on a sandwich with pickled pork, gruyere cheese, aioli and rocket.

Translated into Spanish…
GUSTO de JALEPENO
1 taza jalapeños con un poco de líquido, quite tallos y chuleta áspera
1 cilantro de manojo, chuleta lavada, áspera
1 taza cornichons o escabeches de eneldo
½ cebolla roja, jugó a los dados
Condimento
• Pulse* ingredientes en un alimento processer o dados sutilmente.
Los · Combinan todo esto en un tazón con un chapoteo del aceite de oliva.
Los · Lo comen en usted alimento mejicano favorito, movimiento por salsas o mi aplicación favorita (sí. Consigo mis palabras de jour de mi crema imprudente), la rotura en un sánduche con carne de cerdo escabeche, queso de queso gruyére, aioli y cohete.

And back to English. That will be the last time, I promise. Well, maybe…
I LIKE JALEPENO
1 cup jalapeños with little liquid, remove stems and rough chop
1 coriander of bunch, washed, rough chop
1 cornichons cup or marinades of dill
½ red onion, it played the given ones
Seasoning
• Pulse* ingredients in a food processer or given subtlely.
• Combine theirs all this in a bowl with a splash of the olive oil.
• Them · Mexican favorite food, movement eat It in you for sauces or my favorite application (yes. I obtain my words of jour of my imprudent cream), the break in a sandwich with pork marinade, cheese of Gruyère cheese, aioli and rocket.

And another salsa for your face to enjoy…

TAMATILLO SALSA

1 400g-ish tin tomatillos, drained
1 cup jalapeños, remove stalks, rough chop
1 bunch coriander, washed, rough chop
½ red onion, diced
Seasoning
• Pulse all ingredients into a very coarse puree.
• Same as the other one, bowl, olive oil, mix, yadda yadda yadda.
• As with most of the food I will tell you about, don’t be afraid to change the ratios of any ingredient in either of these recipes. Power to the people.

*pulse. When you pulse ingredients in a food processor you do not turn it on and walk away. You give it short, intermittent bursts of power so you don’t end up with a puree, but retain a bit of the integrity of the ingredients.