Hi readers. I posted this ersatz salt catsup substitute recipe a while back because it’s so almost perfect I figured you’d love it if you tried it. But today I trumped that recipe. I added three large green onions into the blender with the rest. Watched them get liquified with everything, then added about half a bundle of fresh cilantro.
I believe with some jalapeno in the mix this might provide the best salsa I’ve ever eaten. And not one speck of salt added anywhere in the equation.
Hi readers. Thanks for coming by for a read. I’m sitting here dipping home-made no sodium catsup substitute in Art’s & Mary’s no salt homestyle potato chips.
So shoot me. Fact is, this catsup substitute tastes so much better than catsup a person might as well call catsup a substitute for whatever this como se llama delicious concoction is. And it’s so damned easy to make they ought to put grocers in jail for carrying the original salt-bomb Hunts, Heinz, you name it catsups on the shelves. Killing people slowly.
What you need to make Como Se Llama? Sweet peppers and/or Bell peppers of various colors. A blender. 3/4 cup apple cider vinegar. A cup of sugar, or however much less you prefer. A tablespoon of black pepper.
Blend it until it’s all liquid, adding the sugar and vinegar while it’s blending. I use unground peppercorn and let the blending reduce the grain size with everything else.
Once that’s done all you need to do is put it over medium heat and bring it to a boil, then let it simmer until it’s reduced approximately 1/3, but mainly is the thickness you prefer in a Como se Llama. Keep it in mind you’re using it for a dip.
If it gets so you’re on the road or for come other reason can’t make Como se Llama, you can always stop into a grocery store and buy a bottle of catsup for a temporary substitute.
Posted in 2014
Tagged catsup, cooking, cuisine, culture, food, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, low salt, low sodium, no salt, no sodium, recipe, society, sociology
This rice/veggie steamer might be the single electrical appliance I’ve used more than any other my entire lifetime. Originally cost me $1.00 still in the never-been-open-box at the Salvation Army Thrift Store, Kerrville, Texas. Several years of heavy use for that buck.
I like to get a few calories with my meals, so I used half-jar of strawberry preserves from Dollar Tree [$1.00] as chutney. Spices added were celery seed, black pepper, lime powder, onion powder, in addition to the various chopped poblanos Anaheim green bell peppers and fresh cilantroso on in the taste explosion.
Curry steamed ginger blueberry okra pepper asparagus on rice: If it’s looks you’re after you could toss a sprig of parsley across it, I suppose, or add a slice of orange, maybe.
It went down smooth and easy, didn’t attempt to come back up. All’s well that ends well. And the ticker won’t be sneaking around finding excuses to blink or belch from the sodium. Prepared with no sodium added, this is a no sodium meal. On the other hand, if you want it to be a 2 gram sodium meal add two grams of salt.
Posted in 2013, America
Tagged cuisine, culture, curry, food, ginger, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, low salt, low sodium, no salt, senior citizens, society, sociology
Hi readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
I gather some of you besides me count sodium mgs in your diet the way overweight people used to count calories. If so, and if you’re on the lookout for a tasty treat you’ve probably never encountered before you might try this.
Blend or process a potato, a jalapeno, half an onion, a tablespoon of minced garlic and a teaspoon of grated ginger together until they reach the color of guacamole and the consistency of pancake batter. [Works well without the ginger, too, whole different culinary experience. I’m betting cinnamon could fit into it somewhere, to doctor it up into a mutation worthy of a space alien.]
[Edit: Cilantro. I forgot to mention adding some chopped up fresh cilantro. Important, too]
Pour the mix into a sizzling pan of olive oil or butter and flip them a couple of times as they cook until they’re brown on both sides.
Pop those moneymakers into a dish and eat them like pancakes, or let them cool and eat them the way you’d have a bagel or donut. Great under blackstrap molasses and buttered, great dry. Name your own poison
Remember where you heard it first.
Posted in 2013, America, Human Behavior, Science, Senior Citizens
Tagged cuisine, culture, diet, food, Health, humor, Life, lifestyle, low salt, no salt, recipe, society, sociology