Saturday, May 15, 2010

Goodness Gracious Must Have Green Sauce - let it all out

This sauce is sooo good. You will want to put in on everything, I mean everything. I love to dip blanched asparagus in this, put in on rice, lick it off my fingers, pour over chicken.... beef... you name it. This was the sauce that ended my week with happiness. I broke down Wednesday night after going for a walk with my kids and my damn legs were buzzing all over the place... it was torture trying to finish the walk. I came home and had a fit while my poor husband listened to me cry and yell. Sometimes we just have to let it all out.

It is easy to bottle up our emotions and we start to brew inside, just like a bottle of beer.... we start to ferment and stew and pretty soon someone/something pushes us and we explode.... Respond, it is like a warm soothing light that we bathe ourselves in, pausing for a moment before we react.

Drip this saucy sauce over all of your goodies... and enjoy. Adjust ingredients to your taste preference. If you like it hot.... add a whole jalapeño, your choice, your are the cook.... no excuses for the delightful dishes that you cook up in your kitchen.

Easy - all you need are the ingredients and a blender. No cooking involved.

  1. nice bunch of cilantro.... cut off bottoms
  2. 3 cloves garlic
  3. 1/2 cup olive oil
  4. 1/2 cup cojita cheese.... a lovely hard mexican cheese... pick it up at your local mercadito and support a local business....
  5. 2 tsp apple cider vinegar
  6. 1/2 cup water
  7. 2 jalapeños de-veined, de-seeded
  8. salt to taste.... do not add salt until you have blended the ingredients and tasted your sauce.... sometimes the cheese can make this very salty.
  9. Blend away... I use my Vitamix because it makes such a the sauce to smooth and sultry.
This goes really well on Roast Peruvian Chicken... of which I have yet to find the best recipe. I am on the hunt... I have a lead....we shall wait and see. Good things come to those who wait.

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  1. This sounds really good! i love using cilantro and I cant wait to try this.If you wont mind I'd love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!

  2. What a treat for my family to have, I will soon try this, the ingredients are simple available on my rack.
    Thank you for sharing this, I'm looking forward to the next post.

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  4. I'd love to make this at home. I'll definitely try this.

  5. Let me try this recipe, i hope that it gives a good taste, thanx for sharing.

  6. Thanx for the post, i really like your blog, keep it up.

  7. Sounds delicious! I will try this at home. thanks for the recipe.

  8. Sounds delicious! Actually, i love using cilantro. :). thanks for sharing with us.

  9. Interesting. I will try it once.

  10. I must try try this at home, i hope that it gives a good taste, thanx for the tips.

  11. I found your recipe really interesting. I would love to try this one.

  12. Well, i hope that it gives a good taste, thanx for sharing. looking forward.

  13. Well sounds good i like the results of taste thanks for sharing your blog..

  14. This recipe was extremely easy to follow. It turn out well. Anyways, thanks for the shar.


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