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Salsa


Ingredients:

  • 2large tomatoes, seeded (don't have to) and diced
  • 1⁄2small sweet onion, finely chopped (like Texas sweet or red)
  • 1 -3jalapeno, finely chopped
  • 2tablespoons cilantro, chopped
  • 1clove garlic, finely chopped
  • 2tablespoons lime juice, fresh squeezed
  • 1teaspoon olive oil
  • 3⁄4teaspoon salt
  • 1⁄2teaspoon cumin
  • 1⁄4teaspoon black pepper

Directions:

  • Combine all the ingredients and chill for 2 hours before serving with chips.
  • The Cilantro is very important to this dish.

Reviews:

  • alligirl

    Wonderful salsa recipe, especially for a beginner! I used fresh romas (5) and jalapenos (2) from my garden and was super proud to serve this tasty treat, which I will be making over and over again this summer! I may let my tomatoes drain a bit next time, as the salsa is a little too juicy, but that is OK too! I like the tang from the lime, and the underlying ‘bite’ from the cumin. Thanks so much for sharing this great dip, WildlifeDi!

  • meldorsey

    Outstanding salsa! I doubled the recipe and used 3 jalapenos. Since I am not a fan of chunky salsa, I ran it through the food processor. Absolutely fabulous!

  • Leslie

    Little prep time, and delicious! I used the small cherry tomatoes from my garden, which worked well. Very light, zesty, spicy and all together authentic!

  • ironfan

    We liked it a lot with only two changes: For the second batch we cut the salt down and pulsed most of it through a food processor. We like chunky salsa, but thought that the food processor helped bring everything together just a bit better. We will be making this frequently, thanks.

  • meldorsey

    Outstanding salsa! I doubled the recipe and used 3 jalapenos. Since I am not a fan of chunky salsa, I ran it through the food processor. Absolutely fabulous!

  • Bergy

    Just right with 3 jalapenos and I used 3 tbsp freh lime juice with a bit of zest. Excellent salsa Thanks Wildlife

  • mandinalaw

    Yummy! I tripled the recipe and left tomatoes chunky. Also used two different types of tomatoes (red and yellow) to give it color. It was so yummy!!!

  • mandinalaw

    Yummy! I tripled the recipe and left tomatoes chunky. Also used two different types of tomatoes (red and yellow) to give it color. It was so yummy!!!

  • alligirl

    Wonderful salsa recipe, especially for a beginner! I used fresh romas (5) and jalapenos (2) from my garden and was super proud to serve this tasty treat, which I will be making over and over again this summer! I may let my tomatoes drain a bit next time, as the salsa is a little too juicy, but that is OK too! I like the tang from the lime, and the underlying ‘bite’ from the cumin. Thanks so much for sharing this great dip, WildlifeDi!

  • iris5555

    Delicious! I cut the amount of salt significantly (I would guess to just over 1/4 tsp) as a personal preference. Love the bright taste of the cilantro and lime.

  • Leslie

    Little prep time, and delicious! I used the small cherry tomatoes from my garden, which worked well. Very light, zesty, spicy and all together authentic!

  • Alissa970

    This was a huge hit at my house! I have made this twice now, and the first time I used lemon juice (didn’t have lime) but I do prefer it with the lime. I cut the salt to 1/2 tsp. but that’s just my preference. Wonderful recipe that I will be using as we harvest more tomatoes and peppers from our garden. Thanks for sharing this!

  • May I Have That Recipe

    What a nice change from the jarred salsas. So fresh and delicious!

  • iris5555

    Delicious! I cut the amount of salt significantly (I would guess to just over 1/4 tsp) as a personal preference. Love the bright taste of the cilantro and lime.

  • May I Have That Recipe

    What a nice change from the jarred salsas. So fresh and delicious!

  • Bergy

    Just right with 3 jalapenos and I used 3 tbsp freh lime juice with a bit of zest. Excellent salsa Thanks Wildlife

  • ironfan

    We liked it a lot with only two changes: For the second batch we cut the salt down and pulsed most of it through a food processor. We like chunky salsa, but thought that the food processor helped bring everything together just a bit better. We will be making this frequently, thanks.

  • HappyBunny

    Superb salsa! I ran out of lime juice so I used the vinegar from my pickled jalapenos. Delicious 🙂

  • HappyBunny

    Superb salsa! I ran out of lime juice so I used the vinegar from my pickled jalapenos. Delicious 🙂

  • Alissa970

    This was a huge hit at my house! I have made this twice now, and the first time I used lemon juice (didn’t have lime) but I do prefer it with the lime. I cut the salt to 1/2 tsp. but that’s just my preference. Wonderful recipe that I will be using as we harvest more tomatoes and peppers from our garden. Thanks for sharing this!

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