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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    Thanks Xochitl! I see it┤s not salsa ranchero jaja.
    That is correct. Salsa ranchera and aderezo ranchero/ranch are two different things. Salsa ranchera is awesome for tacos, eggs, tortilla chips, quesadillas, etc., and the aderezo ranch is used in salads. Yummy!!!

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    What does Salsa Ranchera consist of? Is it spicy? Now I want to try it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    What does Salsa Ranchera consist of? Is it spicy? Now I want to try it!!

    There are different versions of it, but the basic ingredients are: tomatoes, onion, cilantro and chiles verdes. If you make a search I am sure you can find a recipe that has your favorite ingredients. If you make it, please tell me about it.

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    I see, it sounds very much like pico de gallo or salsa criolla in that case, both of which I┤m a big fan of! I wonder if it depends on which country you are in if its called salsa ranchero, pico de gallo, o salsa crilolla?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    I wonder if it depends on which country you are in if its called salsa ranchero, pico de gallo, o salsa crilolla?
    I am not sure. This can be very confusing, because even in the same country the same salsa might have different names, depending on the region; for example, where I grew up "pico de gallo" is called "salsa mexicana". I didn't know it was called "pico de gallo" until I joined a cooking forum when I came to USA. (Other Mexicans called it "salsa bandera [flag]" as well).

    By the way, in the region (state of Jalisco) I grew up "pico de gallo" is a mix of chopped fruit (i. e. cucumber, mango, jicama, watermelon, etc.) with a sprinkle of salt, chili powder and some lime juice.


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    haha... I guess the best thing to do is just ask the locals

    The pico de gallo where you grew up sounds delicious though!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    The pico de gallo where you grew up sounds delicious though!!
    It is delicious, healthy and very refreshing; it is the perfect snack for summer time.

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    I┤ll have to make this at home and give it a try!! Thanks for passing along one of your native dishes

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    I┤ll have to make this at home and give it a try!! Thanks for passing along one of your native dishes

    My pleasure...

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