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
- 2 jalapeños
- 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.
- Next is the green pepper. I cut the top off and then cut out the seeds inside. Rinse it out then chop into chunks.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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
Sprinkle 1 teaspoon of salt and pepper. Mix with the spoon and enjoy with a beer of your choice!