Roasted Vegetables Salsa


With Summer almost over, and with Fall around the corner, we still have a lot of fresh vegetables available. I had  a lot of tomatoes  from a previous trip to the grocery store.  Every time I go to the supermarket, I buy what I don`t have to buy, does that happen to you, too?, I ended up buying more tomatoes because of the special price of .79 cents a pound.




Add salt, black pepper, and olive oil to the cut vegetables before roasting.

I got the inspiration for making  the Roasted Vegetables Salsa, after participating in the linking party South of the BorderRecipes at #Foodie Fridays#12, were you can also find the inspiration recipe.



4# tomatoes

1 ea green, yellow, and orange peppers

3 big onions

6 garlic cloves

1/2 bunch cilantro

1/3 C of lime juice

1 T chili powder

1 T chili flakes

1 t cumin powder

salt & pepper to taste

olive oil for coating the vegetables




– clean and cut all the vegetables

– coat with salt, black pepper and olive oil

– place the vegetables in a sheet pan, roast for 45 minutes (this may vary according to your oven)

– remove from oven and place  the roasted vegetables and all the seasonings in the food processor

– process and place the salsa in a pot and cook in the stove for 10 minutes

– let it cool before serving

– serve  with chips

This recipe gave me a yield of 3 1/2  (12) ounce jars, we use one, and the rest was placed  in the freezer for future use.

Thanks, Fabiola



Roasted Pork Loin with Guava Sauce

WP_20140727_008Pork Loin a very tender, easy to prepare cut of meat.  Cooking time varies as the weight of the meat, these two pieces took only, 1 hour and 15 minutes including resting time.


Roasted for one hour at 350.F, and let is rest cover for 15 minutes



Ingredients for the guava sauce:

1/4 c guava paste at room temperature

1 tablespoon of floor

1 cup of any sweet wine

1 cup of chicken stock

drippings and grease from the baking pan

salt & black pepper to taste

Heat the drippings and grease of the meat in a pot, add the flour and cook until is light brown, add and dissolve the guava paste by constantly moving and mixing the ingredients. When the guava is dissolve, add the chicken stock, and wine mixing all together until you get a sauce consistency.  Season to taste.  Serve over the slice pork loin. Enjoy!!.