A traditional salsa made in a molcajete (stone bowl) includes Serrano chiles, onions, cilantro, and tomatoes.
Salsa Ranchera (Ranch Sauce) is a traditional Mexican sauce made with chiles, onions and fresh tomatoes. Use salsa ranchera for making huevos rancheros or use with shredded meats such as beef or pork for making tacos. It can also be served over enchiladas.
Smoky Roasted Salsa is a tangy combination of garlic, onion, charred fresh tomatoes, lime juice, cilantro and smoky chipotle chile paste. You can serve this salsa with fresh tortilla chips (they are great homemade) or use it on your favorite tacos.
By Joanna Pruess. This uncooked cranberry salsa is diametrically opposed to those conventional sweet cranberry sauces that frequently come in cans. Intense and fresh tasting, it is a contemporary-style condiment for turkey or grilled chicken, turkey tacos, or even as a topping for cream cheese spread on crackers.
Pepitas are pumpkin seeds. Sometimes the word refers to the inside kernel of the pumpkin seed but can also be the entire un-hulled seed. Pepitas are popular in Mexico and they are typically toasted and eaten as a snack. They are also the key ingredient in "pipian" a type of mole [moh-LAY].