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Chili Salsa


Ingredients:

  • 1large onion, diced
  • 1large tomatoes, peeled, seeded and diced
  • 2tablespoons red wine vinegar or 2 tablespoons lime if you want salsa with limes
  • 2garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 -2tablespoon olive oil
  • 1teaspoon dried parsley, 2 tbsp if fresh and minced
  • 3drops chili sauce, depending on how strong you want it
  • salt, as needed
  • pepper, as needed

Directions:

  • Mix all ingredients well seasoning to taste and chill for an hour.

Reviews:

  • Brandess

    This was very good! I loved the fresh taste and simplicity of this recipe. I served this salsa with corn tortilla chips and there was no salsa left even after the chips were gone! I ended up placing the rest of the salsa on my homemade baguettes which I first toasted in the oven. It was a refreshing crostini!

  • Gerry

    We are very fond of fresh Salsa – okay we love salsa fresh and jarred! Enjoyed this easy to make salsa which was made using red wine vinegar and fresh parsley. Certainly setting this recipe aside for next seasons vine ripened tomatoes fresh from my back yard garden Thank you for sharing – makes for a great addition to my salsa collection.

  • Gerry

    We are very fond of fresh Salsa – okay we love salsa fresh and jarred! Enjoyed this easy to make salsa which was made using red wine vinegar and fresh parsley. Certainly setting this recipe aside for next seasons vine ripened tomatoes fresh from my back yard garden Thank you for sharing – makes for a great addition to my salsa collection.

  • Dreamer in Ontario

    I had a small tomato that needed to be used up so I scaled down the rest of the recipe by half to try to keep the proportions correct. I used the lime juice option and fresh parsley. This salsa was delicious! It was served with both Cheese Croquettes from Brazil (Croquettes De Queijo) and Our Favorite Black Bean Soup. Thankyou for posting.

  • Brooke the Cook in WI

    GREAT salsa!! I used the lime juice because I am one of the ones who loves lime with my salsa and this was not to disappoint! I used more chili sauce because we like our salsa HOT. Like SweetsLady, I used cilantro in place of the parsley. What was really great was that this made just the right amount for the 2 of us so that there weren’t any leftovers – perfect!

  • weekend cooker

    A very good recipe, with better taste, and flavors. I used some of the salsa for tortilla chips and froze the rest. I used the red wine vinegar , and plan on repeating this recipe again. Made for Recipe Swap.

  • Sharon123

    Yum! I put this on a veggie burger and loved the taste it gave! I used red onion. Thanks Pneuma! Made for the Vegetarian Swap October 2008,

  • Jewelies

    This Salsa is fabulous. Really fresh and tasty. I didn’t use chili sauce but instead added a finely chopped red chili. Used the red wine vinegar option. Lovely on top of your Kabab (Kebabs or Middle Eastern Skewers), thank you.

  • Boomette

    My first time doing a salsa. I used the lime juice. I had roma tomatoes so I used 2. I used half a red onion cause DH doesn’t like when there’s onions in recipes. But he loved this salsa. I was kind of surprised because there was so many onion in it LOL I used fresh italian parsley and only 1 tbs of olive oil. Thanks Pneuma. Made for PRMR tag game

  • Brooke the Cook in WI

    GREAT salsa!! I used the lime juice because I am one of the ones who loves lime with my salsa and this was not to disappoint! I used more chili sauce because we like our salsa HOT. Like SweetsLady, I used cilantro in place of the parsley. What was really great was that this made just the right amount for the 2 of us so that there weren’t any leftovers – perfect!

  • Dreamer in Ontario

    I had a small tomato that needed to be used up so I scaled down the rest of the recipe by half to try to keep the proportions correct. I used the lime juice option and fresh parsley. This salsa was delicious! It was served with both Cheese Croquettes from Brazil (Croquettes De Queijo) and Our Favorite Black Bean Soup. Thankyou for posting.

  • Sharon123

    Yum! I put this on a veggie burger and loved the taste it gave! I used red onion. Thanks Pneuma! Made for the Vegetarian Swap October 2008,

  • Jewelies

    This Salsa is fabulous. Really fresh and tasty. I didn’t use chili sauce but instead added a finely chopped red chili. Used the red wine vinegar option. Lovely on top of your Kabab (Kebabs or Middle Eastern Skewers), thank you.

  • Boomette

    My first time doing a salsa. I used the lime juice. I had roma tomatoes so I used 2. I used half a red onion cause DH doesn’t like when there’s onions in recipes. But he loved this salsa. I was kind of surprised because there was so many onion in it LOL I used fresh italian parsley and only 1 tbs of olive oil. Thanks Pneuma. Made for PRMR tag game

  • Brandess

    This was very good! I loved the fresh taste and simplicity of this recipe. I served this salsa with corn tortilla chips and there was no salsa left even after the chips were gone! I ended up placing the rest of the salsa on my homemade baguettes which I first toasted in the oven. It was a refreshing crostini!

  • SweetsLady

    This was awesome! I used a garden tomato, Key lime juice instead of red wine vinegar, cilantro instead of parsley, and hot sriacha chili sauce. For some reason I was thinking it said 3 T and used 2 T instead. It was quite yummy though! Thanks for posting!

  • weekend cooker

    A very good recipe, with better taste, and flavors. I used some of the salsa for tortilla chips and froze the rest. I used the red wine vinegar , and plan on repeating this recipe again. Made for Recipe Swap.

  • happynana

    Very Good. I used hot chili sauce and at first just doubled the amount. We thought it was too bland so I added more; approx. 3/4 teaspoon or more. It was just the way we like it. Next time my husband would like me to add a jalapeno pepper. My battery was dead so I couldn’t take a pic. Next time. Made for Ausie Swap #31.

  • happynana

    Very Good. I used hot chili sauce and at first just doubled the amount. We thought it was too bland so I added more; approx. 3/4 teaspoon or more. It was just the way we like it. Next time my husband would like me to add a jalapeno pepper. My battery was dead so I couldn’t take a pic. Next time. Made for Ausie Swap #31.

  • SweetsLady

    This was awesome! I used a garden tomato, Key lime juice instead of red wine vinegar, cilantro instead of parsley, and hot sriacha chili sauce. For some reason I was thinking it said 3 T and used 2 T instead. It was quite yummy though! Thanks for posting!

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