Feb 27, 2006, 2:14 AM
Post #4 of 18
So far, I haven't encountered a sauce of the name "Salsa Diablo/a" in Mexico, but then, I have a lot more territory yet to be seen.
Recently, while in Morelia, we enjoyed some sopes in the front room of a house of a Señora in Colonia Felix Ireta. It's not a restaurant, really, just a litlle business she and her partner run out of the front room. There were two sauces available for these really simple, yet delicious sopes de frijoles y queso: a salsa verde, and a salsa negra made from toasted chiles negras and chiles de árbol. She told me she'd tell me more on our next visit.
Los jugos de naranja recien exprimidos are from the front of the house next door. You can put together a nice breakfast, 2 sopes, one jugo, for less than $25 MXP.
That's one of the things I love about living in México.