Red pepper salsa, there are so many occasions in which we would like to add a little spice to a dish, or to our aperitif snacks. This hot red pepper salsa, is just so easy to make, and so delicious, and it really does make the difference 😉
We roast the peppers and the garlic to give this warmer and fuller appearance to our salsa. As I mentioned in the notes, you can make it as hot as you like. I used tabasco at the end, because it give a nice acidic heat which balances the warming flavours of the peppers, and the warming heat of the espelette.
Because I wanted this salsa to be a bit thicker and creamier, so it could be used as a dip. I added a little bit of bread (soaked in water). This really adds to the texture. If you want your hot red pepper salsa as a accompaniment with an Mexican dish you might want to skip the bread.
Tons of possibilities textures wise, you can go for a smooth blend, or leave it a bit rougher in texture, just blend in short pulses for a rustic feel. Let me know what you think of it, and if you made any changes. Add @haricoco1 to your pictures on Instagram. I love to see the photos of these dips being used on parties and aperitifs. ENJOY!