Garden Fresh Salsa

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Garden Fresh Salsa
Garden Fresh Salsa

Garden Fresh Salsa that can be made at home any time of the year with the right ingredients. It is also best made with garden fresh tomatoes, but the nice thing is you can find fresh produce at the store any time of the year. And, the taste is out of this world. Jarred salsa does not compare to salsa made from fresh produce.

Garden Fresh Salsa is really easy to make and one that I tend to gorge myself on immediately. I love serving it for brunch with the family or when the kids and I are playing board games.

My kids prefer the vegetables chopped very small and on these occasions I use my food processor to make more of a paste for the salsa. But sometimes, I prefer my salsa a little more chunky. On those times, I chopped half the tomatoes and half the onion in smaller pieces and after using the food processor on the rest, I stir in the hand chopped tomatoes and onions.

I used one jalapeno pepper for this mild version. If you like your salsa a little hotter in flavor, add in another jalapeno or even a ghost pepper! One of my co-workers wanted me to make salsa with his homegrown ghost peppers. I did and WOW was it spicy but really good. If you do use the ghost peppers, remember to wear gloves when cutting the peppers. You do not want to accidentally rub your eyes after and get any of the ghost pepper juice in your eye.

Garden Fresh Salsa
Garden Fresh Salsa

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Garden Fresh Salsa
Garden Fresh Salsa
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Garden Fresh Salsa
Homemade Garden Fresh Salsa ready in 30 minutes. Full of flavor. Serve with tortilla chips for friends and family.
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Prep Time 20 Minutes
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Instructions
  1. Rinse and dry the tomatoes. Slice the ends off and cut them in half. Squeeze the tomato in your hands to remove the juice and seeds.
  2. Put the tomatoes in a food processor. Pulse 4-6 times until the tomatoes are thick and chunky.
  3. Add the remaining ingredients to the food processor and pulse 3-5 times.
  4. Eat immediately or store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days in an air tight container.
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