Homemade Salsa


TheMuellers

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Glad you found one. I make my own and can it. It's super easy. In the summer I use my own tomatoes and peppers. In the winter I buy fire roasted tomatoes and use those. The fresh tomatoes take a little more work because I cook them and run them through a food mill. If using canned, I sauté an onion, garlic cloves and the pepper. Add that to the canned tomatoes with fresh cilantro and salt. Blend it all together. I usually have an extra can of tomatoes in case the pepper is really spicy.

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I use a can of fire roasted tomatoes, some raw onion (just a little), cider vinegar, lime juice, salt, a can of green chiles and a healthy dose of mojo de ajo. Toss it in the BlendTec and in 5 seconds, everyone's just a little bit happier. :)

This post has a link to the mojo recipe: http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/4797-mind-altering-garlic-sauce/

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I use a can of fire roasted tomatoes, some raw onion (just a little), cider vinegar, lime juice, salt, a can of green chiles and a healthy dose of mojo de ajo. Toss it in the BlendTec and in 5 seconds, everyone's just a little bit happier.

This post has a link to the mojo recipe: http://forum.whole9life.com/topic/4797-mind-altering-garlic-sauce/

Yum Breezy. I always tend to make raw salsas but I actually prefer cooked salsas.

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Just a quick note -- I happen to be on vacation in Pacific Mexico right now, and yesterday had the best salsa: just tomato, onion, cilantro, lime, and a bit of chopped up cucumber. I've never seen cucumber used in salsa, but it gave it the loveliest fresh taste. I will definitely be trying this at home!

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