Dried Chili Ninja Fuel salsa and spice!

This is a very simply salsa recipe.  The salsa may be a bit different from what you are used to, but thats why we are trying to get you to travel in other parts of this site=]  We want you to know the beauty and diversity of the planet first hand, thats what helps to make good citizens of the planet Earth.

Also, super hot foods do, and if you don’t like super hot foods, no problem, use dried chilies that aren’t super hot, use chilies that have zero heat, makes no difference to us, just please make the salsa.

spicy dried chillies waiting to be roasted - habanero, serrano, arbol, pasilla, and 4 more that I forgot=]

Making the Salsa is easy as can be.  As you can see here I used a mini oven type roaster doohickey, like a slow cooker but for dry type things, and turkeys on that day when we celebrate killing all the native americans and stealing their land=]

I used 7 chillies, habanero, arbol, pasilla, serrano and three others I cant for the life of me remember, oh, chipotle… two more…  Use hot chillies for a hot mix, non hot for a non hot mix, sounds simple, and yet, I feel compelled to spell it out, after all, there are warnings on coffee cups=]

Put them and garlic if you like, into the roaster, oven etc.  Remember, you are going for ultra dry, we are turning all of these beauties into ash.

Cook for around three hours, turning them, crushing them, mixing them around occasionaly..

pedaling for peace spicy dried chillies being roasted - habanero, serrano, arbol, pasilla, and 4 more that I forgot=]

 

This is them at the midpoint…..

 

 

 

When they are done, you will be left with a nice pot of black ash.  Take this and store it, it is now your instant seasoning and instant salsa.  To use as a seasoning, easy, rub on stuff or dump into stuff, or sprinkle on afterwards…

As a salsa, add a little of the ash to a bowl and a little by little add the oil of your choice to the ash until it has the consistency yu desire.  Any oil may be used, we recommend the following – Olive, Grape Seed, Coconut, Sesame and whatever else strikes your fancy.

 

Enjoy!

 

 

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