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**sonoran corn salsa w/beans**

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    Posted: 17 May 2014 at 13:16

Today we are bbqing over at my friends house so I figured last minute to make some corn salsa. Here are some pics and a recipe for you all. It is a great fresh salsa. Hopefully some of you will try this if you want a sonoran style corn salsa

 

 

 

 

sorry no fancy plated pics this time

 

Rancho Corn Salsa

 

2 Dried new mexico red chiles, stemmed and seeded

3 ears corn

1.5 teaspoon oil

4 table spoons fine diced onion

2 Roma tomatoes (blackened and chopped)

1 clove garlic (roasted and smashed)

½ teaspoon salt

½ teaspoon ground cumin

½ teaspoon oregano (rubbed between fingers)

1 table spoon lime juice

 

Toast the chiles and rehydrate…..juilienne in short strips

Cut corn from cob dry roast for 4-5 minutes tossing continually till roasted.

Heat oil and suatee onions till translucent (about 5 min)

Combine all ingredients in bowl and toss till mixed (salt to taste I need more then what this calls for) Makes about 2 cups and you can easly add to or sub different ingredients to this recipe. It is a great base to start from…

 

 

You can see I subbed a lot on this go around but it was great…I added beans and used granulated garlic since I burnt my last two cloves. I also only use the outer shell of the roma tomatoes excluding the core is a good way to keep your salsa from being to watery. Another sub I did was using canned corn and added a can of green chiles Thx for lookin and hope some of you try this.

Jerod

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Sounds really good, Jerod.

Unfortunately, Friend Wife doesn't do corn (her system won't tolerate it). Reckon I'll just have to come over to your house to sample this salsa.
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Looks yummy!
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This recipe you could sub the corn with a couple different types of beans if you were so inclined to....but come on over I'll save a little bit, but ya better hurry!
Originally posted by HistoricFoodie HistoricFoodie wrote:

Sounds really good, Jerod.

Unfortunately, Friend Wife doesn't do corn (her system won't tolerate it). Reckon I'll just have to come over to your house to sample this salsa.
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Looks good, Jerod - some delicious Sonoran eating there! 

I've made something similar it the past, with fair results, but nothing with as many layers of flavour as yours. This is one that we;ll definitely be making soon, as I believe the Beautiful Mrs. Tas would enjoy it, with mild subs for the chiles....

Great post - and really nice to see you posting again! Hug
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