Thursday, November 6, 2008

Hot Sweet & Sour Salsa

Hot, Sweet and Sour Salsa, is a transition piece for plums.
So many ways to taste the seasons, and yet another twist.
A deep dark, and flavor full plum; chopped.
One quarter red onion; chopped.
Sauce it up with a blend of...
One tablespoon...Sesame oil.
Two teaspoons...Honey.
One teaspoon... Vietnamese chili sauce.
Splash a little less, or more, depending who you are making it for.
Dip into it, or top on some favorite taco or such.
Serve it for an intro it an early supper or a late lunch.
Simple and salted slim chips will do; Taro might be better.
Keep fists full of fresh crisp leafy greens to cool the tender tounge down.
Share it over cool cocktails, iced jasmine tea, or even a ginger lemonade.
When the weather cannot decide whether to stay fair, or shower around,
...enjoy this piece of transitional Plum, to make for some good play.


Karen said...

Wow, this sounds great! It would be a welcome change for the tomato based salsa!

~ Tabitha ~ said...

Honestly-this is a sexy post.
Food does that to a foodie like me :)



Oh, Tabitha ..."Gastro-porn".
Me too. I get high off the food, and then need to share all the details the next day with another "foodie";<>

di said...

sounds delicious Teri!
We'll be venturing up to Sayulita & San Pancho over the next couple of months...looking forward to soaking up the artistic culture!
Hasta pronto! Di

Martha Miller said...

this sounds really yummy! i found a wonderful salsa recipe made with cantalope, lime juice, dried cranberries and fresh cilantro - it goes with turkey garlic feta burgers. the recipe came from a free "delicious living" magazine from the local health food store.

Kala Pohl Studio said...

Sounds wonderful, time to try something different:):)

The Faerykin said...

Looks delicious!

cutcopycreate said...

ohhh making me hungry!

LADYBUG said...

I hope I'm not mistaken, three cultures in a bowl of plums! How exotic can this get?. sooo full of flavor makes my mouth water.

Linda S. Socha said...

BEAUTIFUL Blog. I love the posts. I learned several things today. Thani you much for sharing. I am new to your blog but will definitely be back!

jiggins said...

This sounds awesome.. the description of the flavors are making my mouth wish for the tartness! :)

Manon Doyle said...

Sounds great! I love the chili sauce.... I buy it all the time! By the way...... I'm also following you now too!