Spicy Six Pepper Salsa in the Roma by Weston Tomato Strainer

Roma Tomato Strainer Salsa Screen

This is truly fresh salsa, made with homegrown tomatoes that were strained through the Salsa Screen of a Roma Tomato Strainer. A plethora of peppers chopped in the Weston Manual Kitchen Kit makes this salsa particularly tasty.

12 medium tomatoes, quartered
2 jalapenos
1 poblano
3 serrano peppers
1 fresno pepper
1 long sweet pepper
1 red bell pepper
3 cloves garlic
1 small spanish onion
half of a red onion
1 sprig green onions
2 tablespoons cilantro
2 limes
2 teaspoons chili powder
1 teaspoon cayenne
1/2 teaspoon smoked spanish paprika
1 teaspoon ground sea salt
2 teaspoons black pepper

Weston Manual Kitchen Kit
Roma by Weston Tomato Strainer with Salsa Screen

Snap the juicer attachment into the top of your Manual Kitchen Kit, then use it to juice your two limes. Set the lime juice aside.

Limes being juiced with the Weston Manual Kitchen Kit

Next, chop your peppers, onions, garlic, and cilantro into smaller pieces. Just a couple of chops each will do. Place all of these into your Manual Kitchen Kit with the chopper attachment intact, then turn the handle until your ingredients are finely chopped. Set aside.

Peppers, onions, garlic and cilantro being chopped in the Weston Manual Kitchen Kit

With the salsa screen attached to your Roma Manual Tomato Strainer, and all of your tomatoes loaded into the hopper, feed the tomatoes through the strainer. A perfect puree for homemade salsa will result.

Salsa making in the Roma Tomato Strainer

Once processed, stir all ingredients together. At this point, you can serve immediately, or allow the flavors to more fully marinate. We put ours in a Vacuum Canister, attached it to our Michael Symon Vacuum Sealer, then put the salsa on marinate mode for 20 minutes - It really extracted the various pepper flavors into the salsa.

We recommend serving with blue corn tortilla chips. 
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