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A quick and easy Salsa recipe - prep time > 10 minutes, chill for 2-3 hours and it's ready to eat, plus it is even better the next day.
"Good but not quite on my excellent scale yet. Seems like this is a great starting spot in search of a salsa recipe that I have been trying to duplicate for years. It does get better the longer it sits though it is still missing something that I cannot put a finger on."- w7dux
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With all the ingredients in the Cuisinart - pulse about 10-15 times, if you pulse (or blend) too much you will have spicy tomato soup (you want it a little chunky).
Pour the Salsa into 3 medium (about 3 CUP) storage containers. I put about 2 1/2 cups into each of the containers (these are the small clear plastic with blue lid containers that you can find in almost any grocery store). You want to pour the Salsa into the containers soon after mixing or the heavier ingredients may settle to the bottom.
Put the containers in the refrigerator and chill for 2-3 hours (the longer the better).
Will keep for 3-4 days in the refrigerator.
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colleen_bates_9 4 months agoReally enjoyed the flavor of this salsa. A great mix of spice and tomatoes.
tatyana99 6 months agoMy family loved it
soccerjaguar8 6 months agoVery delicious! I substituted garlic powder for the cumin and adding 1.5 cups of fresh diced tomatoes adds a TON more than the canned ones
Mrsswill 8 months agoThis really came out pretty darn good (as seen in the second picture posted for this recipe). I threw all of the ingredients in our Ninja but I added two cloves of fresh garlic and substituted a hand full of fresh cilantro instead of dried. Delicious!
dfrogge 9 months ago
zoolady 1 year ago
Sibarita91 1 year agoI just made this salsa and my husband and I absolutely love it. Great recipe :) thanks!
Steffers09 1 year agoGreat start, added some extra mint and fajita seasoning. Also took out the cumin. Next time gonna add roasted peppers!
FoodieStar 1 year agoAdd some garlic and lose the cumin for New Mexico style salsa. Honestly, cumin in Mexican is an American invention.
Joekane80 1 year agoOk salsa, I added more jalapeños and less diced tomatoes. I don't recommend this recipe.
w7dux 2 years agoGood but not quite on my excellent scale yet. Seems like this is a great starting spot in search of a salsa recipe that I have been trying to duplicate for years. It does get better the longer it sits though it is still missing something that I cannot put a finger on.
Daneaux 2 years agoAdded a little cayenne pepper for some Zing, but a good recipe overall.
jonsbaby 2 years agovery good tastes like the salsa u get from mexican restaurants
conrad3000 2 years ago
Jmaysgurl 2 years agoVery good!! I also used extra cilantro!!
foodie4ever 4 years agoI added extra cilantro as it is my favorite in salsa. Other than that, very good!!!
foodie4ever 4 years agoExcellente' Will make gallons of this as it is an easy salas for large groups of guests. ( my 16 yr. old son's guests too). It reminds me of a small authentic Mexican Resturant I went to in Mexico...
Idnar78 4 years agoI used fresh cilantro and added a little garlic. Big hit at a girls get together.