Searching for authentic salsa recipes.
From a Mexican friend - no recipe - more of a method and not far off from what Rick Bayless does.
Roast about 15 tomatillos for 10 min at 300 degrees.
Stem 2-10 Jalapenos, depending on desired heat level (go for 10!).
Rough chop about 1/2 cup white onion.
3 cloves garlic
1-2 limes juiced
Sometimes I use cilantro as well, but my buddy doesn't care for it.
Toss it all in a food processor and give it a whirl. The cool thing about this method is you can add as much of each ingredient as you like, or switch it up and use serranos or any other chile.
Best tomatoes you can find
Jalapeno pepper or serrano 1 or 2 or 3 depends on your taste
salt to taste
dash olive oil
Peel the tomatoes, & core & chop
chop the onion
chop the pepper
chop the cilantro
Combine in bowl & stir, add dash of fresh lime juice & dash olive oil..Stir together and voila..Mmmm good..plain & simple..doesn't keep that long but tastes great!!! It will keep a day or two though.....No garlic in salsa in Mexico that I've ever tasted!!!