Getting tired of tomatoes, peppers and sauces? Frankly, I am, too! But my garden keeps giving me more and more, so I have to get a little more creative with all these wonderful veggies!
I’ve made about 5 different sauces now, and this is the latest! A Mexican slash south-of-the-border style taco sauce!
With winter and lots of football games in our future, I thought to make something spicy that was thick and rich, loaded with flavor, and not so hot that kids or adults that are sensitive to heat couldn’t handle.
And that’s just what I ended up with. I was extremely pleased with this sauce, and it really has endless uses, too!
Think taco pizzas, tostadas, Mexican or Tex-Mex lasagnas, spicy pasta dishes, pots or crock pots of kicked-up soups, Mexican rice dishes, or even use as an addition to your taco meats or Mexican-style chili and stews!
This can also be used as a condiment on burgers, a dip for anything from chips to jalapeño poppers, or how about a new Mexican-style bruschetta? 😉 Hmm. 😉
This is super easy to make, and as you can see, it really does have plenty of uses that it won’t go to waste! It was a fun and delicious way to use up more of my never-ending garden, and I can’t wait to use it myself!
I have a lot of tomato sauces to use over the winter, but I’ll be sure to share each dish with you so that you can try them out, too!
I hope that you found this post helpful, and that you give at least one of my sauces a try before tomato season is gone until next year!