roselie's StoryMy father taught me to make this since I was a very young girl. He roasted his jalapeno's and tomatoes and onions. I cheat since my husband and friends cannot eat it hot like I can I have adopted this receipe for them.
geen chilies chopped
red wine vinger
olive oil, extra virgin
salt and pepper to taste
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1Wash the cilantro and dry on a paper towel
Wash and dice tomatoes
dice garlic finely
to really make this a good salsa roast the jalapeno first then cut down the side, remove seeds if you dont like it too hot. Chop jalapeno very finely
Chop onion into medium to small pieces depending on your desire
2Place all ingredients into a large bowl. Mix 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup red wine vinger and 1/4-1/2 cup olive oil together in a jar shake well. Pour over all the ingredients in the bowl mix well add salt and pepper to taste. Keeps well in the refrigerator for several days.
3NOTE: In the winter when tomatoes are not so good, I use two cans of rotelle tomatoes and chilies and only a couple of fresh tomatoes to make the same salsa.
Staci Ojeda txstayathomemom - Mar 26, 2012
I have to ask.. where did the name "Ojeda's Mexican Salsa" come from? I'm an Ojeda (by marriage).
roselie hunter roselie - Mar 26, 2012
I am an Ojeda by birth. My dad was Ramon Ojeda, born in Sonora, Mexico in 1917. I was born at Westover AFB MA while my dad was in the USAF. I have two brothers Raymond and John Ojeda. My dad had one brother Trinidad Ojeda and a 1/2 brother Julius Espinosa. I have tried for years to find family members with no luck. Their are a lot of texmex ojedas but not related to me. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to chat also send me a friend request on facebook and I will accept. My married name is Roselie Hunter.