SoCalization Original Authentic Mexican "Drunken" Salsa - Salsa Borracha

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SoCalization Original Authentic Mexican "Drunken" Salsa - Salsa Borracha

Hola🌵 Nice to meet you, I'm IZUMI from the SoCalization marketing department !

This blog is a special project. As a company that brings a relaxed lifestyle together with SOCAL = Southern California food culture to Japan, we have devised an original salsa recipe for SoCalization, which we will release today!

The inspiration for this SoCalization original recipe is Salsa Borracha, which was born in Mexico. "Borracha" means "drunk" in Spanish, and originally, when making this salsa, Mexican beers such as Corona and Tecate were used, but this time we used a large number of wines from Southern California . This is an original recipe of SoCalization, which is imported and sold, so I arranged it by replacing beer with white wine !

We hope you enjoy SoCalization's signature Salsa Borracha, a unique wine twist that brings Southern California to your dining table!

table of contents:

Ingredients for salsa borraccia

  • Tomato x 2
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1 clove of garlic
  • Chili pepper x 2-3
  • a pinch of salt and pepper
  • a little olive oil
  • 150ml white wine
  • Wine used: Callaway Sauvignon Blanc
  • * Jalapeño, cilantro (cilantro), etc. as you like

SoCalization Signature Salsa Boraccia Ingredients White Wine Tomato Garlic Chili Salt Pepper Olive Oil Jalapeno Onions

How to make salsa boraccia

  1. Peel a clove of garlic and cut it in half
  2. Cut the tomatoes in half and the chili peppers.
    How to cut salsa borraccia ingredients
  3. set the frying pan to medium heat
  4. Put the tomato, onion, garlic and chili into the frying pan and heat through.
    salsa borracha vegetables before frying ingredients salsa borracha pan frying veggies
  5. Chili peppers burn easily, so cook until you smell them, and remove them from the frying pan before they burn.
  6. Tomatoes are the second most likely to burn, so take them out of the frying pan as soon as they are cooked through.
  7. Cook onions and garlic until browned and browned. Then like this
    Salsa borracha vegetables after frying ingredients salsa borracha pan fried veggies
  8. Remove the chillies, tomatoes, onions and garlic from the skillet and place them in the food processor.

    salsa boraccia mixer food processor blender

    If you don't have a food processor, I recommend this food processor . Shirakami, the representative of SoCalization, also loves to make salsa.

  9. Add a little salt and pepper to your liking with the ingredients above.
  10. When everything is well mixed, return it to the pan.
    Return the salsa boraccia to the skillet and pour the wine over.
  11. Drizzle with olive oil if desired
  12. Once boiling, add white wine and let it evaporate.
    White wine used for Salsa Boraccia Callaway Sauvignon Blanc

  13. SoCalization original recipe Salsa Borracha is now complete!

    salsa borracha made

Recommended ways to use salsa sauce

Mexican salsa can be enjoyed in many ways.

  • Serve with tortilla chips as an appetizer
  • put it on toast
  • As a sauce for barbecue

I served it with the classic tortilla chips.

Salasa Borracha SoCalization Special Recipe

Hmm ~~~ It's delicious to have a mellow and refreshing taste. Salsa Boraccia made with beer has a bitter taste, but this one has a refreshing feeling and seems to be suitable for various dishes.

It's good to eat it with chips for lunch, and if you have leftovers, eat it with toast the next morning😋

Finally, I will introduce some recommended tips, so please refer to them.

Chips from leading Old El Paso brands you can trust

Recommended tortilla chips for organic lovers

For those of you who don't like salt

 

 

That was the recipe for SoCalization's special salsa borraccia. This time I chose Sauvignon Blanc , which has a refreshing taste, but it might be interesting to make it with Chardonnay , which has a strong oak flavor, as an accent.

Please share your impressions of what you made and ate on social media . Adiós ~👋


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