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Do Not Buy the Green Salsa From the Mexicans Selling Producie on the Side of the Road.
#21
(09-10-2018, 08:13 PM)Road Glide Wrote: That shit is nuclear!!  At first it has a really good flavor, then the heat punches you in the crotch..  My gawd it's like a culinary joke, love the initial flavor of the sauce then the heat kicks in and you're cussing up a storm.  Why do we torture ourselves with stuff like this?

We purchased some of this green salsa the other day, got it home and pulled out the tortilla chips.  Very tasty, no problems, tolerable heat.  For some unknown reason to me, after it sit overnight in the fridge the OMG IT'S STUPID HOT factor kicked in.

Now you know that anything Mexican that's sold on the side of the road is the real deal! Chuckle
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(09-10-2018, 09:55 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-10-2018, 09:50 PM)BugOutGirl Wrote: If your mouth isn't on fire after the first couple bites, it isn't authentic Mexican. I know it's uncomfortable but at least you're getting  the real deal. To them that shit is mild. I bet they make a killer burrito.

That's completely untrue, it fact it's the opposite. They give gringos the hot and spicy because it's cheaper to make. Go down to Mexico city and no one eats that garbage because it's not real Mexican food that they sell in the States and overseas.

GFY turdbreath, my Cuban ex made some of the hottest steak fajitas with Habaneros and Jalapenos and all of the dishes she made had at least a little bit of heat. Wanker
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(09-10-2018, 09:55 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-10-2018, 09:50 PM)BugOutGirl Wrote: If your mouth isn't on fire after the first couple bites, it isn't authentic Mexican. I know it's uncomfortable but at least you're getting  the real deal. To them that shit is mild. I bet they make a killer burrito.

That's completely untrue, it fact it's the opposite. They give gringos the hot and spicy because it's cheaper to make. Go down to Mexico city and no one eats that garbage because it's not real Mexican food that they sell in the States and overseas.

Cheaper to make salsa more spicy... sounds like a white man's myth.

Many cultures eat spicy food as the norm.
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#24
Thanks for the motivation, Y'all.

These were straight off the plants, after reading this thread.
I think it is like 9mm said about leaving them for a day or two and they get spicier.
Maybe it is the same with Road Glide's Verde salsa.

I thought the 3rd from left got me going real well,
but it could have been because I didn't give the 2nd one on the left enough time before moving on.
The 4th from the left was definitely super hot and started my lips burning and drooling.
I skipped #5 and nibbled at the others on the lower row,
having lost much of the zeal I felt when I started out.

The two on the bottom that look like #3,
but without the curled tail by are the worst for heat. They only look similar!
(I only needed a small bite to tell.)

I don't know the names due to a label mix-up when starting the seeds.
and I only added the cherry pepper and that odd squat one just to get an idea of what they were like.

#2 and 4 have best raw flavor to me, but definitely bring the burning and sweating too.
I like to add them to the "indianesque" chicken curried sauces I sometimes cook.

Its a good pain that adds vigor and makes me jump around, drool, and blow my nose for 20 minutes.
To be honest, I expected worse...

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(09-10-2018, 10:08 PM)Weasel Keeper Wrote:
(09-10-2018, 09:55 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-10-2018, 09:50 PM)BugOutGirl Wrote: If your mouth isn't on fire after the first couple bites, it isn't authentic Mexican. I know it's uncomfortable but at least you're getting  the real deal. To them that shit is mild. I bet they make a killer burrito.

That's completely untrue, it fact it's the opposite. They give gringos the hot and spicy because it's cheaper to make. Go down to Mexico city and no one eats that garbage because it's not real Mexican food that they sell in the States and overseas.

GFY turdbreath, my Cuban ex made some of the hottest steak fajitas with Habaneros and Jalapenos and all of the dishes she made had at least a little bit of heat.  Wanker

My Chinese ex boyfriend was the one who assisted me in training my taste buds for heat. I was so proud of myself for winning the Buffalo Wild Wings challenge, but when I brought him home a bottle of their hottest sauce, he wasn't impressed at all. Chuckle
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(09-10-2018, 10:10 PM)Pins Wrote: Thanks for the motivation, Y'all.

These were straight off the plants, after reading this thread.
I think it is like 9mm said about leaving them for a day or two and they get spicier.
Maybe it is the same with Road Glide's Verde salsa.

I thought the 3rd from left got me going real well,
but it could have been because I didn't give the 2nd one on the left enough time before moving on.
The 4th from the left was definitely super hot and started my lips burning and drooling.
I skipped #5 and nibbled at the others on the lower row,
having lost much of the zeal I felt when I started out.

The two on the bottom that look like #3,
but without the curled tail by are the worst for heat. They only look similar!
(I only needed a small bite to tell.)

I don't know the names due to a label mix-up when starting the seeds.
and I only added the cherry pepper and that odd squat one just to get an idea of what they were like.

#2 and 4 have best raw flavor to me, but definitely bring the burning and sweating too.
I like to add them to the "indianesque" chicken curried sauces I sometimes cook.

Its a good pain that adds vigor and makes me jump around, drool, and blow my nose for 20 minutes.
To be honest, I expected worse...

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3rd from the left would have been my pick, I think a habenero, but the green one was a serrano and I belive them to be quite hot as well. I like hot stuff!
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(09-10-2018, 10:09 PM)BugOutGirl Wrote:
(09-10-2018, 09:55 PM)Guest Wrote:
(09-10-2018, 09:50 PM)BugOutGirl Wrote: If your mouth isn't on fire after the first couple bites, it isn't authentic Mexican. I know it's uncomfortable but at least you're getting  the real deal. To them that shit is mild. I bet they make a killer burrito.

That's completely untrue, it fact it's the opposite. They give gringos the hot and spicy because it's cheaper to make. Go down to Mexico city and no one eats that garbage because it's not real Mexican food that they sell in the States and overseas.

Cheaper to make salsa more spicy... sounds like a white man's myth.

Many cultures eat spicy food as the norm.

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#28
#3 looks like a datil, hot little fukr. Chuckle
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#29
I'm reminded of when Homer Simpson was at the chili eating contest and he touched the hottest pepper with the tip of his tongue and basically had an acid trip.
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#30
My stepmom warned me not to buy tamales from the roadside stands in Texas, so I didn't!!! V6sRZf4
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