• The Tequila-Spiked ‘Drunken' Salsa Your Taco Night Deserves

    30 days ago - By Vine Pair

    Tequila's rich depth of flavors and broad range of styles make it a versatile ingredient behind the bar. Those same facets also allow the agave distillate to shine in the kitchen, though it's an arena that has often seen the ingredient go underused and underappreciated.
    The traditional Mexican salsa borracha uses warm pulque or light beer to rehydrate pasilla chilies, which are then blended with fresh onions and garlic into a rich, spicy condiment. Some cooks also add a few splashes of tequila to the warmed liquid to provide extra flavor and bring the nation's most famous distillate into...
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