This recipe comes to us from the Sierra Tarahumara, in the state of Chihuahua. Where the Tarahumaras or Raramuris “men of the winged feet” reside since Prehispanic times, an indigenous town that has maintained its traditions and lifestyle during all this time.
Their gastronomy is fundamentally based in the maize, some wild vegetables that grow in the sierra, beef and hunting. They also have a large chilies’ crop and that’s why they prepare some very characteristic salsas.
The Tarahumara brave salsa is a very potent mixture of chilies and other ingredients that give a spiced touch and they wrap it with aromas. As it is well indicated by its name is quite spicy, then if you don’t like the spiciness look for other alternatives in our extensive recipe book of Mexican salsas.