Friday, June 18, 2010
Not your ordinary jar salsa
I won't brag about much when it comes to cooking but I do have a few tricks up my sleeve and I'll give myself credit that I'm like fine wine...I get better with time. But my salsa is crazy good. I bring it to parties and make it for just about every get-together and I have to bring a big bag of chips because it's a hit.
It's such a hit that my 23-month-old even loves it. When he sees it in the fridge, he screams, "SALSA!" and eats it up. So consider yourself privileged that you know such an amazing recipe. I got this recipe a few years ago from a friend and it reminds me a lot of Central Market's 4th anniversary salsa.
Homemade Fresh Salsa serves 10-15 people
2-3 cloves of garlic
3-4 green onions
1 bunch fresh cilantro
10-12 medium ripe roma tomatoes
salt to taste
dash of Tony Cachere's
1. I cut up the jalapenos and take out almost all the seeds. I put them in my food chopper with the garlic, green onions, cilantro. I just remember to put all the green/garlic stuff together. Put it in a large bowl.
2. Put all the tomatoes in the food chopper.
3. Mix all the green and red together. Add the salt, Tony's and lime juice to taste.