Recipe by Ron B.
"This nice and fruity salsa has a kick. A slightly-underipe peach gives it a bit of crunch. Serve with corn chips or spoon onto hamburgers. Try vodka in place of the tequila for a different flavor."
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diced canned peaches, drained
firm peach, chopped
red onion, chopped
habanero peppers, seeded and minced
fresh cilantro, minced
fresh lime juice
extra-virgin olive oil
salt and ground black pepper to taste
One word - AMAZING! I was a little hesitant to add all the tequila - but it turned out to be delicious. I added a little more peach than the recipe stated, 2 roma tomatoes, and cut the olive oil in half. Very spicy!
Had 4 people try and it nobody liked it. We make a lot of salsa's and found this one kind of bland. Tequila didn't help it at all and we love our tequila.
I didn't exactly make this recipe but gave it 5 stars because I love peach salsa! lol!
I added tomatoes, red and green bell peppers and used peach schnapps instead of the tequila. Also, I don't like "crunchy" fruits or veggies in my salsa so I sauteed my onions and peppers and left out the firm peach, just used canned peaches (I also use some of the syrup from the peaches to sweeten the salsa). Good stuff!
You can use any "leftover" salsa to cook up some chicken and rice with for a fabulous meal.
I made this for a guy who doesn't like peaches... so i left out the peaches and used tomatoes. Don't know how helpful this review will be without the key "twist" ingredient, but here goes: he loved it! I used quartered cherry tomatoes, which are naturally sweeter than others, and one medium-sized green tomato, which did help add a bit of crispness. The end result was fresh, delicious, and had a great kick. Oh, and I also used 1 habanero 1 jalapeno. Really excellent.
Added a bigger can of peaches, rinsed & patted dry. This recipe was phenomenal!!! Hot & amazing!!
Very good! I doubled the peaches (used only canned) and reduced the tequila & habanero, but it was not too spicy. Could use full amounts next time.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Drunken Peachanero Salsa
Serving Size: 1/40 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 40
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 6
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