Recipe: Roasted Red Pepper SalsaMole

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Roasted Red Pepper SalsaMole
{gluten/dairy/soy/corn/tomato/potato/egg/coconut free}

I’d really been craving both salsa and guacamole, but with tomato and corn allergies there are none available to me at the store. So, when my Miallegro MiTutto Hand Immersion Blender came in the mail, I knew it would be the perfect time to try making something. But, I couldn’t decided if it should be salsa or guacamole, so I just combined the two into what I like to call “SalsaMole.” This recipe is Paleo (if you are good with balsamic vinegar) and vegan.

The MiTutto comes with a bunch of neat pieces: a chopper bowl/food processor, a whisk, a chopper picatutto (good for meats and raw veggies), a blender (good for shakes, salad dressings, and more), purees (good for fruits, veggies, pancakes), an aerator (good for whipping cream, beating eggs), a wall mount, and the immersion blender. This product blends, purees, beats, minces, whips, crushes ice, mixes, cuts, and grinds. It has a really comfortable grip to hold on to. It’s easy to store, and is pretty much a multipurpose kitchen tool.

When making this recipe, I had trouble with the hand immersion part. I couldn’t figure out how to get it to grind anything, even after reading the instructions several times.  I am totally loving the food processor, though. It’s the easiest processor I’ve ever used, and not only the easiest to use, but also the easiest to clean. It has minimal parts, yet is high powered and works very well.

1 large, 2 medium, or 5 small red peppers
1 green pepper
1/2 jalapeno pepper
2 avocados
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
1/2 cup vegetable broth (I used homemade, allergen-free broth)
1 tablespoon garlic powder

Making It:

  1. Cut the red peppers, green peppers, and jalapeno peppers into large pieces (removing the seeds in the process). Bake them on parchment paper at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.
  2. After the peppers cool, put all of the ingredients into the the food processor and process until it reaches your desired consistency. If you like chunky SalsaMole, only process for a minute. If you don’t like chunks, let it go until it’s smooth.
Buy It:
You can purchase a MiTutto Hand Immersion Blender from their website, Amazon, or at Sears.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored review. Please note that the opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced by outside sources of any kind. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I believe will be good for my readers. Please practice due diligence in making any related purchase decisions.


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