I had just moved to San Antonio and friends told me to enter my salsa recipe into a contest. I won second place! For San Antonio, I thought that was pretty good. I have made this for years and people always ask for more and for the recipe. Keep it fresh!
1Add the following ingredients to a food processor fitted with blade: white onion (peeled and quartered), peppers (removed of seeds),1/2 can of whole tomatoes -- pulse until desired consistency -- I like pretty small pieces
2Pour contents of food processor into large bowl and combine with crushed tomatoes
3Back in food processor, add remaining 1/2 can of whole tomatoes and cilantro. Pulse until cilantro is well distributed.
4Combine tomato/cilantro combination with first tomato/pepper combination. Add can of crushed tomatoes, lime juice, salt, pepper and sugar to taste.
5Serve or refrigerate for several days as needed.
6Note: For chipotle peppers, I prefer to the dried kind if possible, but they can be hard to find so it is okay to use the canned ones in sauce.
7Note: Change the number of peppers per your taste for heat. Removing the seeds helps keep the heat down so handle as you like.