Inside: Learn how to make this simple, yet delicious Mexican salsa ranchera recipe, which goes great with almost anything!
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One of the things that Mexican cuisine is famous for is its amazing salsas. There are so many different varieties, and most of them are so easy to make. The salsas that most people seem to be familiar with are salsa verde and salsa roja. These are both delicious and I always like to have some around.
There is another type of salsa that is a variation of the standard salsa roja, and it is called salsa ranchera.
What Is Salsa Ranchera?
Salsa ranchera consists of roasted tomatoes, jalapenos, and Worcerstershire sauce, combined with a few other ingredients. It is a pretty common salsa recipe in Mexico and everyone loves it.
I love making this recipe because it is so simple, but it brings so much flavor to almost any dish. You can serve it with chips, on tacos, with eggs, or just about anything else.
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How Do You Make Salsa Ranchera?
The process for making salsa ranchera is similar to other salsa, in that you start with fresh ingredients and combine them in a blender. Salsa ranchera is not cooked after it is blended, which is different from some other types of salsa. You still will get the roasted flavor from the tomatoes, because those need to be roasted before adding to the blender.
These are the ingredients that you will need:
- Roasted Tomatoes
- Finely Chopped Onion
- Worcestershire sauce
- Olive Oil
The process is very simple, but the flavor is delicious!
I hope you enjoy this new salsa. Let me know in the comments below how it turns out!
Check Out These Other Salsa Recipes
- Healthy Homemade Chipotle Salsa (Great as a Salad Dressing)
- Authentic Mexican Salsa Verde
- Fresh and Easy Mango and Cucumber Salsa
- The Best Creamy Avocado Salsa Recipe
- Authentic Mexican Salsa Roja
- 4 Tomatoes Roasted
- 1/4 Onion Finely Chopped
- 1/2 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
- 2 cloves Garlic Minced
- 1 Jalapeno Seeds and Stem removed
- Salt to taste
- 1 tsp Olive Oil
- 1/4 bunch Cilantro finely chopped
- Add the onion and garlic to a frying pan with the olive oil and cook until onions are translucent.
- Combine the roasted tomatoes, the Worcestershire sauce and the jalapeno in a blender and blend.
- Add the onions and garlic and stir well.
- Season with salt to taste and then add chopped cilantro on top.
Tuesday 10th of August 2021
Most h/m salsa recipes I’ve tried end up soupy or a bit raw tasting. This one bursts with flavor. I questioned the Worcester sauce at first. It amps up the smokey flavor. Excellent!
Saturday 4th of April 2020
I put too much Worcestershire sauce!! How can I save the sass?
Saturday 4th of April 2020
So happy I have found your authentic recipes! My mother is Mexican and I have visited Mexico many times. I have had this delicious salsa there that I was told was made out of ground peanuts. I have also seen it in a taqueria In san Diego but nowhere else. Do you happen to know the name of this salsa or better yet a recipe? Thank you so much.
Friday 10th of January 2020
Is there an alternative to Worcestershire sauce, or can it be omitted, due to fish allergies
Monday 1st of June 2020
there is a vegan worcestershire sauce.
Tuesday 14th of January 2020
Hi Sarah, you can omit it, but it may change the flavor slightly. I am not sure of a good substitute, but it should still be good with the worcestershire sauce.