Tale of The Plate (Spence vs Porter): Salsa

For Spence vs Porter fight week, Bite Down Boxing will be bringing you recipe suggestions for a unified champion-caliber fight party spread

With only two days to go before the big fight we bring you a must have at any fight party. Salsa! This recipe was sent to us by one of our Twitter followers Ivan Iverson.

His prediction for the fight: Spence by UD. It’s going to be an ugly ass fight, maybe a bit boring, but Spence will dictate it and win easily.

  • 1 can of fire roasted diced tomato’s
  • 1/2 a purple onion
  • 1/2 a lime
  • 1 green pepper
  • Cilantro
  • 2 jalapeños


  1. Cut jalapeños. Leave seeds if you want it spicy. Take them out for a milder heat. Personally I like a little spice so I leave the seeds in half of 1 jalapeño.
  2. Next is the green pepper. I cut the top off and then cut out the seeds inside. Rinse it out then chop into chunks.
  3. Next is the purple onion. Peel back the outer skin to expose fresher skin. Cut it in half then chop it up into chunk. Throw all your chopped ingredients into a food processor.
  4. Next is the fire roasted diced tomatoes . Pour it on top of the chopped ingredients and mix it into the the processor with a spoon. Once it’s mixed ok enough, hit that chop button. Depending on how chunky you want it will determine when to stop. Sometimes I stop and open the lid to mix it more and then chop for another 10 seconds or so.
  5. Next get some cilantro. I like to get 3-4 stems and chop it up with my fingers. I tear it in tiny pieces. Cut my lime in half. Put cilantro on top, mix with the spoon. Then squeeze the lime, mix with the spoon
  6. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon of salt and pepper. Mix with the spoon and enjoy with a beer of your choice!
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