I absolutely love homemade sauces and salsas. No matter what kind of sauce or salsa it is, any made at home just can’t be compared to any bought from the store. These are just two incomparable things. If I make tacos, enchiladas or other similar Mexican dishes, I always try to prepare at least a couple of different sauces/salsas. What I like most is that in Latin American cuisine most salsas are prepared very quickly – throw everything in a food processor or blender, then simmer shortly in a skillet and the sauce is ready. Before blending the vegetables you can always boil or roast them, but it’s just a matter of taste and time.
Salsa Ranchera sauce is especially delicious with all kind of meat dishes and, of course, with tortilla chips. So if you are preparing an evening with snacks – this salsa will be ideal. It’s true that the sauce is rather spicy (because we use serano pepper), so if you want a mild flavor sauce, then just don’t add serano pepper or choose less spicy pepper (for example, Jalapeño pepper).