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Chipotle Salsa Shopping Tips

How hot is that chile pepper? Fresh peppers get hotter as they age; they will achieve a more reddish hue and sometimes develop streaks in the skin.

Chipotle Salsa Cooking Tips

There are 60 varieties of chile peppers, many of which are used in Mexican cooking. Handle them with care. When handling the spicier kinds, gloves are recommended. Always wash your hands with soap and warm water before touching your eyes.

Chipotle Salsa Recipe – A Hint of Smokiness

This Chipotle Salsa Recipe has such a wonderfully deep, smoky flavor that really adds a great melowness to this delicious salsa! Perfect for canning so you can enjoy the fresh taste of summer all year long!

If you read along with BCC, you know that we are slightly addicted to our salsas! As evidence of that fact, check out all of our salsas! I love the smoky flavor of chipotle peppers. Chipotle peppers are actually ripe, red jalapeño peppers that have been smoked and dried. (If you leave the green jalapenos, they will ripen to red. Although, you can use them green, as well!) Then they are rehydrated with the adobo sauce, with is tomato, onion, garlic and vinegar with some spices. Holy cow!

The lightbulb U+1F4A1 just went on above my head! I should make Chipotle in Adobo! Excellent suggestion, dear reader! 🙂 If there is anything you would like me to make, here on BCC, don&rsquot hesitate to leave a comment below!

Chipotle Salsa (Hot Salsa)

I absolutely love a good salsa. I'm more of a spicy hot salsa kinda girl and lately I have been loving this chipotle salsa recipe. It's the one I made with some leftover chipotle pepper and since then fell in love with hot kick of this salsa.

I find this salsa great for entertaining, really a perfect crowd-pleaser. Anyone who loves spicy-smokey dips and chips falls in LOVE with it. From my past experience, I can already tell you.. You will get SO many requests for recipe and will see empty bowl very quickly. :) Be Ready!

Oh, and good news! It is a blender salsa! No need to chop a thing! Just grab a blender and welcome guests with scrumptious bowl of Spicyyy Salsa and Chips!

You guys! We are going Mexican this week! With labor day long weekend approaching, I'm giving you some great options to include in Labor Day Menu!! Starting today with this hot salsa.

Oh, and this salsa is very close to Chipotle Mexican Grill's Red Salsa recipe! Honestly, I should say, it is even better and fresh tasting than Chipotle's Red salsa. For this reason, I decided to not call it a Copycat.

To prepare my Chipotle Salsa, all you need is simple pantry ingredients and a blender. Ready in just 15-20 minutes.. This salsa will be your favorite hot salsa ever! Better than Chipotle's, Guaranteed!

Whenever I have a can of chipotle or batch of chipotle pepper at home.. I make the most of it. Add it to marinades, stews, salsa, and even into Burrito Sauce. This reminds me.. This week's recipes also have a disguised theme - How to make most of Chipotle Pepper. (hint hint) :)

First step in making this salsa is - roasting the jalapeno and garlic.

Even though it is a Chipotle Salsa, I wanted to enhance the hot smokey taste with fresh roasted and smokey flavors. I highly recommend roasting a jalapeno and charring some garlic for this recipe.

Once jalapeno and garlic are ready, next step is 5 minutes. Grab a good quality blender, add all ingredients and blend until salsa is ready. I like to keep it a little chunky for some bite.. but even a more purred version like restaurant's taste scrumptious!

As they say, "there is always room for one more salsa!" Include this in your Party-Menu and it's flavors will be highly in demand. It will not be just one-more-salsa but "The Salsa and Chips" of the evening!

If you are Chipotle Mexican Grill's Salsa fans? You will also love these recipes. Perfect for salsa trio! (hint hint)

Today's post is as short and simple as this quick Chipotle Salsa Recipe. Enjoy Responsibly! :)

How to make chipotle salsa with roasted tomatoes:



  • 3 Plum tomatoes
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 2 chipotle peppers in adobo
  • &frac13 cup white onion, chopped
  • ½ cup cilantro, chopped
  • Salt to taste
  • This Chipotle Salsa lasts about 4 days in the fridge. If you want to make it ahead of time, just stir in the onion and cilantro until you plan to serve it.
  • Other uses for this salsa include topping grilled or baked chicken, fish, and shrimp tacos.
  • If you are doing the Keto diet, rinse the chipotle peppers, since their adobo sauce has some sugar added to it.


  1. Place the tomatoes and garlic clove on a hot skillet and roast. Remove the garlic clove promptly, since it roasts quickly. Make sure to rotate the tomatoes in order to have an even roasting. They will take about 8 minutes to be well roasted.
  2. Remove the roasted tomatoes and chop them into pieces. Chop up the garlic clove, as well.
  3. Place the chipotle peppers, tomatoes, and garlic in your food processor or blender. Process until they acquire a chunky texture.
  4. Serve in a bowl, then stir in the onion and cilantro. Season with salt, and enjoy!


If you're a pork fan, you're not going to be disappointed. Chipotle makes some of the best carnitas you can find outside of a food truck, and now you can make them, too. This copycat carnitas recipe once again uses the slow cooker for tender meat that's packed with flavor. And it makes a ton, so you'll be eating burritos all week. If you'd rather not eat Mexican every day for a week, pack half of it up an airtight freezer bag, and you'll be halfway to homemade Chipotle the next time you get a hankering for something spicy.

Chipotle Shared Its Corn Salsa Recipe On TikTok So You Can Recreate It At Home

It can be hard to remake your favorite restaurant dishes at home and get the ingredients just right. That all changed recently, as chains started releasing their famous recipes for people to try out for themselves while dining rooms were closed. Chipotle already satiated our minds and mouths by dropping their guacamole recipe, and now we have the recipe for their medium roasted corn salsa too.

To say that the Chipotle TikTok account exudes chaotic energy would be an understatement. The feed consists of food hacks and behind-the-scenes videos of the restaurant's kitchens, but then also includes people giving themselves bowl haircuts using Chipotle dishes and a tutorial for turning plastic forks into sunglasses. It's a lot, but every once in a while the brand drops a recipe that fans go crazy for and makes it really easy for you to recreate your favorite flavors at home.

This time around, Chipotle shared their roasted corn salsa recipe. All you'll need is corn, red onion, jalapeño, cilantro, salt, and lime juice. According to the TikTok, it looks like all of the ingredients are finely chopped and then the red onion, jalapeño, cilantro, salt, and lime juice are thoroughly combined before being added that to the bowl of corn. This is probably so that all of the flavors get evenly dispersed, giving the salsa that familiar zesty and fresh taste.

With this newly discovered info, looks like I'll be trying this hack out this weekend. In the meantime, whoever runs the Chipotle TikTok account deserves a raise. Truly.

Reader Interactions


Hi Patrick,
I would like to know if you or anyone knows how to decipher the code on the “San Marcos Chipotle Peppers in Adobo Sauce” can product dates on the bottom of the can? I tried to email the San Marcos Company to see if they could tell me if my can was still good but they never responded. Apparently there is some kind of system that is only able to be referenced by the company but I sure would like to know because I don’t want to buy any cans that are way out of date (or store cans for a year that might already be one or two years old!) Any help would be appreciated, thank you.

Hey Maddie! I don’t have an answer right off the bat, but will keep this one on my list. Cheers.

How to Make It

Preheat broiler to high with oven rack 6 inches from heat. Place tomatoes, onion, and garlic on a broiler pan broil for 8 minutes or until mostly blackened, turning occasionally. Peel tomatoes discard peels. Place tomatoes in a blender. Add onion mixture, including juices, to blender. Add chipotle, salt, and sugar cover with blender lid, and let mixture stand 5 minutes. Process until very smooth, stopping occasionally to scrape down sides.

Heat oil in a medium skillet or saucepan over medium carefully add the tomato sauce (sauce will splatter). Cook 5 minutes or until salsa thickens, stirring occasionally. Cool and serve.

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Fresh, flavorful, and with a kick - this Chipotle Salsa Recipe is one that will put your local Baja restaurant to shame. Made in about 30 seconds in the blender - you will NEVER buy store bought salsa again with this easy recipe.

  • 14 oz fire roasted tomatoes canned
  • 3 Roma Tomatoes
  • 1 Onion
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1 whole jalapeno seeds removed
  • 4 chipotle peppers in adobo plus 2 TBSP of the adobo sauce
  • 1 bunch of cilantro
  • 1 lime
  • salt to taste

Leftovers will keep in an airtight container for about a week in the fridge. This is a fresh salsa, not a canned salsa - so make sure you store it in the refrigerator.

Chile Morita Salsa

Morita peppers are a type of jalapeno pepper that has been dried and slightly smoked. In Veracruz and Puebla, they are also known as “Chipotle Mora”. They are a dark and wrinkled peppers resembling the color of a prune, with spiciness similar to that of the Chipotle, but with a slightly sweet flavor. This is one of my favorites salsas, and it lasts for months in the fridge!


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