New Mexico Red Chile Sauce

This essential sauce is adapted from Joseph Wrede, head chef at Joseph’s of Santa Fe. In it we use dried red chiles that we’ll rehydrate and combine with onions, garlic, cumin and coriander for an authentic Red Chile Sauce. In his recipe Chef Joseph uses New Mexico chiles, no doubt. I used Guajillo with a couple of Chipotles…

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Salsa Verde

What do you do when someone gives you a big bag of tomatillos? Well, when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade, right? (Or limoncello). Here at Hot Eddie’s, when life gives you tomatillos, we make Salsa Verde (Green Sauce). Some Green Chile salsas are mild, some are fiery hot. You control that by varying the…

Manny’s Uncanny Salsa

Recently we did a little work in our kitchen. The big news: We finally retired our beloved hundred-year-old Detroit Jewel gas range. It was a faithful companion for many decades, but it was time to enter the twenty-first century. The Jewel found a new home in Mannilla. Yes, Manilla in the Phillipines. It goes into retirement as…

Salsa Roja

Go into any Latino market and you will find a bewildering array of dried chiles. Guajillo, Puya, Pasilla, Chipotle, Ancho, Arbol. So many different shapes, colors and textures, different chiles for different dishes. Here at Hot Eddie’s we use all of ’em from the large sweet Ancho to the tiny, pea-sized Chiltepin. Each chile has a…