We love Mexican food and good salsa. One morning I was watching The Pioneer Woman's show and she was making salsa. I liked all of the ingredients she put in and decided to try it. Yummy!! We love the recipe and make it often.
I use the following ingredients:
28 oz. can of Diced Tomatoes
2 cans of Rotel original
2 jalapenos (stems cut off)
A bunch of cilantro (stems cut off)
1 clove garlic
1 T. lime juice
1/2 t. kosher salt (I think her recipe calls for 1/4 t, but I used 1/2 t. the first time and we like the taste...)
1/4 t. sugar
I have to put several loads into my little Cusinart, otherwise it'd overflow. I add everything in except the lime juice, salt and sugar. I put it on chop for 10-15 seconds (or until there aren't huge chunks of jalapeno), then pour it in a bowl. After everything is chopped, I squirt lime juice in, add the salt and sugar and stir it up.
This time I put about 1/2 of the recipe in this canning jar so it's easy to grab. I refrigerate for a few hours before we eat it the first time. It lasts about a week.
With two jalapenos, it comes out pretty 'hot', so if you like a more mild salsa, adjust the amount of jalapenos that you use.
Thank you to The Pioneer Woman for this recipe!
Do you have a favorite Salsa recipe?
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