Homemade Salsa

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Last week I picked off what was left of our tomatoes in our little garden. The Florida heat finally got a hold of the plants and they are now dead. We still got a lot of tomatoes from our 6 plants we planted. My favorites were the La Roma tomatoes. They are so meaty and tasty. You can throw them on anything. Or in my case, make salsa out of them. My husband is a salsa connoisseur. He loves himself some salsa.
The above jar in the photo is my 3rd and apparently best batch I have made so far, according to my husband. 

What I love about salsa is that you can make it any way you want. Salsa is almost always gluten free, low in calories, and full of fresh ingredients.
I didnt measure anything when I made mine. I just threw as much as I wanted in the food processor. 
Here is what is in my salsa.

La Roma Tomatoes
Half a Red Onion chopped
A small handful of fresh Cilantro (fresh is best)
Minced Garlic
Sliced Jalapenos 
Cumin
Lime Juice

If you let it sit for 24 hours it makes the salsa taste even better because all the ingredients blend together. 
Yummm.

What do you like in your salsa readers?? Let me know in the comments!??


1 comment:

  1. i am a sucker for homemade salsa and this recipe looks so good! its hard to get the consistency right and this looks like its it!

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