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SmokeRoasted Salsa

Difficulty 1/5
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Prep time 5 mins

Cook time 60 mins
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Serves 6-8

Hardwood Hickory

Dip into this salsa and watch the bowl disappear. Tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, and bell peppers are slow-roasted over hickory before getting blended with cilantro and a squeeze of lime.

Ingredients

2 bell peppers

4 beef steak tomatoes

2 jalapeños

3 cloves garlic

3 green onions

2 limes

1 bunch cilantro

Preparation

When ready to cook, start the Traeger according to grill instructions. Set the temperature to 450 degrees F (500 degrees F if using a WiFIRE-enabled grill) and preheat, lid closed, for 10 to 15 minutes.

Cut bell peppers, tomatoes, jalapeños, garlic, and green onion so the inside is exposed. Place directly on the grill for 2 minutes.

Turn the grill down to 275 degrees F and roast vegetables for 1 hour.

Place roasted vegetables, cilantro and lime juice in a blender container and puree until smooth. 

Serve with chips or on your favorite dishes. Enjoy!

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St. george
  • Utah
AMAZING!!!
The first time I made this we almost spoiled our appetite for the salmon!! I quadrupled the recipe! Barely enough! It is SO good! You won't be disappointed!!
 
 
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gilbert
  • Arizona
Awesome
I bought my Treager a little over 4 months ago and this was the 3rd recipe I tried. I've made at least 20 batches so far and friends keep raving for more. I have adjusted along the way and the last dozen I've made the same everyone that has had it asks for the recipe. Here are my little changes:
4 instead of 2 jalapeno's halved and seeds removed from 2 of the 4.
2 yellow onions instead of the green onion (I did not read the recipe correctly the first time and still have not tried the green onion)split into thirds for roasting
2 whole garlic bulbs ( I know its almost 20 cloves trust me its awesome)
Add salt to taste when blending.
I've tried mesquite, hickory and a texas blend its very subtle but mesquite is probably ahead.
 
 
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