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Restaurant-Style Salsa is easy to make with a hand blender.
There is a new tool in my kitchen arsenal so I’ve been indulging in one of my favorite pastimes: playing with food.
That means I have a new recipe to share with you—Restaurant-Style Salsa! So good, so easy, especially when you use the new Braun MultiQuick 9 Immersion Hand Blender.
(Psst, you’ll love the easy Mexican Layer Salad as well!)
Growing up, did you watch or read Little House on the Prairie? I was a fan. Poor Ma had to work hard to feed her family.
I mean, I work hard to feed my family, but it’s a good thing I didn’t live in the 1800s. #icannoteven.
I love experimenting with food but it can’t take up all of life. The new Braun MultiQuick 9 Immersion Hand Blender just launched in September and I predict it’s going to be a game changer in lots of kitchens.
After all, in a recent Braun survey, 72% of folks said they would explore more culinary creativity if they had tools that made cooking and meal prep easier. I knew I wasn’t the only one that felt that way!
Chop, blend, shred, whisk, mash, knead, grate, puree; MultiQuick 9 does it all. In the same survey, 82% of Americans said that one tool with multiple attachments simplifies their experience in the kitchen. Braun has gotten this so right!
And it does it without splashing and making a mess. That SPLASHControl tech is a huge bonus!
Just like the other Braun appliances, the MultiQuick 9 lives up to the tradition of quality German technology and plenty of power. And it does it with style.
The EasyClick shaft makes it simple to change out the multiple attachments which include a blending wand, whisk, masher, chopper, and a beaker.
I really like the way the soft-grip handle feels. It’s a single-hand operation and the SmartSpeed allows you to adjust the power just by varying the pressure you use, plus there is no kickback when you turn it on.
Their ACTIVEBlade moves up and down while you’re blending. That motion creates more of a cutting surface so the blending is really fine and you don’t end up with unwanted pieces.
Am I sounding like a commercial? There really are a ton of great features!
And stay here to check out my Restaurant-Style Salsa recipe. It’s perfect for family snacks or company noshing.
I hope you go the extra step of squeezing lime juice and baking the tortilla chips. It bumps the flavor from mmm…good to indulgence!
- 2 cans fire-roasted diced tomatoes
- ½ yellow onion
- 1 chipotle in adobo sauce
- ½ teaspoon salt
- juice from 1 lime
- small handful of cilantro
- For the Tortilla Chips
- juice from 1 lime
- coarse sea salt
- Place all ingredients into the 5-cup jug
- Place the motor on top of the blender.
- Press the unlock button, then press the SmartSpeed button to turn the blender on.
- Blend until desired consistency is reached.
- When the salsa is done, pour into a bowl; serve warm or cold.
For the chips:
- spread onto a baking sheet.
- Drizzle lime juice over the top and sprinkle with coarse sea salt.
- Bake at 425 for 5 minutes.
- Serve with salsa.