A superb orange and onion flavored salsa that is not only great with chips but awesome with tacos, fish and chicken.
In search of the perfect Taco topping…
I probably eat more tacos than anything else. Not sure if it’s because I live in Southern California or just because they are so good. There are so many different kinds of tacos and as many toppings to choose from. I recently made some shredded chicken that I used to make some Tacos. I wanted something a little different for a topping, so I decided to make this Orange Onion Salsa with Anaheim Chili Peppers.
What does this Orange Onion Salsa with Anaheim Chili Peppers it taste like?
Looking at the list of ingredients you may be asking yourself what this salsa tastes like. Well right off the bat you taste the oranges. Not overpowering but you can tell this is the focus of this salsa. The onion, Anaheim Chili and the Ground Cumin gives the salsa a bit of a kick. Not super spicy like my other spicy salsa recipes though. This salsa turned out to be so good that next time I will use it as a topping with my Tilapia.
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How do you make this Orange Onion Salsa?
1- Peel the oranges and cut into small pieces. Make sure you remove all the seeds as you go.
2- In a small bowl, mix together the oranges, onion, chili pepper, cilantro, and cumin.
3- Serve right away. This salsa will not keep more than 1 day in the refrigerator.
Orange Onion Salsa
- 2 Large Navel Oranges
- 1/2 Cup Yellow Onion Diced
- 1 1/2 Tbsp Anaheim Chili Pepper chopped
- 2 Tbsp Fresh Cilantro
- 1/4 Tsp Ground Cumin
how to make this recipe
- Peel the oranges and cut into 1/4 inch dice, removing any seeds as you go.
- In a bowl mix together the oranges, onion, chili pepper, cilantro and cumin.
- Serve right away, or cover, refrigerate and use within 1 day.
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