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    recipe is from Mother Earth Living, and is a recipe for canning. The original instructions call for the corn to be boiled, but I like to oven roast mine in the husks for 30 minutes at 350F. If you want a mild salsa, remove the seeds from the jalapenos. For a spicier version, leave the seeds in, and increase the jalapeno count to 5.

    Recipe #505485

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Right out of the garden goods to make a yummy spicy salsa.Using really hot chilies. But skip them if you want it calm.Garden fresh zucchini, tomatoes and onions with fresh herbs. Do use a FOOD PROCESSOR for chopping your veggies to save on time.

    Recipe #385415

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Pureeing the veggies in the food processor makes for faster chopping time, no peeling of tomatoes and a finer chunk salsa. Always start with high quality organic ingredients. Plum tomatoes are a better choice because they are meatier and less juice producing a thicker salsa. Don't use over ripe tomatoes. The tequila can be omitted with wonderful results. But when used gives a slight smokiness. The smoky, woody flavor is more evident in Añejo tequila. Try Paradiso has a smoky, smooth flavor.

    Recipe #461852

    I was looking for a tomatillo salsa recipe for canning & couldn't find one that suited our Taste so, I came up this this one. Everyone that has tried it likes it. We have a lot of tomatillos in the garden, so I wanted a way to use them.

    Recipe #36084

    Lately I've seen a lot of recipes that call for grill seasoning. Besides the cost (nearly $5 for a bottle), it's chock full of MSG and other nasties. Taking a tip from Rachael Ray, I've made my own and use it for anything I'm grilling or want to give a grilled taste to. UPDATE: Monstr pointed out there's no MSG in McCormick's grill seasoning. There is, however, hydrogenated oil in it, and MSG can be found in other brands. So read your labels, and if MSG, hydrogenaged oils or the price tag bother you, mixing your own is the way to go.

    Recipe #184558

    Similar to Subway's sweet and spicy glaze. Tastes wonderful on chicken (personally I like to melt some American cheese on top and make a sandwich). I'm sure it would go well with pork or any other white meat also... enjoy! Todd Wilbur- TSR recipe * consider if mixture ends up too acidic add some extra sugar and vice versa if its too sugary add an extra half to whole tablespoon of vinegar

    Recipe #216179

    If you ever need an envelope of onion soup mix as an ingredient to your dish, this is the right measurment and flavour. From Taste of Home.

    Recipe #186221

    From the Closet Cooking blog. Try serving on cooked asparagus or broccoli.

    Recipe #439578

    1 Reviews |  By Bippie

    This version of southern France's seasoning blend uses dried herbs.

    Recipe #438467

    Spicy hot fruity salsa is refreshingly crunchy, tart from the Granny Smiths, lime, and apple cider vinegar. Can't get tomatillos use green tomatoes.

    Recipe #436113

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is spicy and thick. No one will know there are 6 cups of shredded zucchini in this! A great filler and way to use all the extra garden grown zukes! Use a mixture of tomatoes from green to ripe but not over ripe or bruised. Remove the skin by dipping tomatoes into boiling water for 30-60 seconds or until skins split. Check this forum for peeling tomatotes. Here is step x step pictures and directions on making this.

    Recipe #319758

    98 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe is from a friend's, daughter's mother-in-law (kinda like a 5th cousin twice removed and it is delicious! If you want it "HOT" just add a dozen finely chopped jalapenos. I do not water bath the jars but I am very careful with sterilizing and make sure the lids are sealed. I you feel better waterbathing them do it for 15 minutes.

    Recipe #11217

    This is a fresh & unusual salsa. Use it as an appetizer or on grilled meats. Perfect for summer! Our family (including our 9 and 6 yr old love this with tortilla chips. Sometimes I add a little tabasco to spice up a small portion for myself.

    Recipe #435619

    1 Reviews |  By Cryst

    I saw this recipe on yahoo health. I love caeser dressing, but it is usually very high in calories and not vegetarian. This recipe is a great alternative to the real thing.

    Recipe #104906

    A take off my recipe #389253. I wanted to roast (grill) the tomatillos, onions, chili's and garlic. So this is what I came up with. Yes you can roast in the oven. Make now and enjoy all year! Or give as gifts.

    Recipe #434697

    2 Reviews |  By AmyZoe

    I found this recipe online years ago, but I don't recall where. It's a lot of work, but if you want to use your fresh garden tomatoes this is a great way to do it. Then the next time you make mozzarella sticks or breadsticks the marinara sauce is already done.

    Recipe #346619

    A spicy tangy, and healthy sauce that can be use on all of your grilling meats. Chicken, Ribs, etc.

    Recipe #432732

    Quick to put together, and extremely tasty. This delightful recipe was compliments of Taste of Nova Scotia and was created by Sean Laceby of the Blomidon Inn in Wolfville. My good friend Gail has also made this with strawberries as well as peaches (her favourite). This is one quarter of the original recipe, which was listed as serving 4 - 8. As Gail mentions, this would only apply if you planned to serve it as a beverage. ;) If you have issues with small seeds, it would be a good idea to strain before bottling. I don't know how long it keeps, but I would think you'd be safe if used within a week. I'm still breathing, so I guess that's a good indicator.

    Recipe #431590

    Here's a healthy and gluten free Apricot Salad Dressing made with olive oil, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and sweetened with stevia.

    Recipe #431909

    This is divine! A must have for get-togethers, picnics or just as a treat for yourself or your family! I like to serve my own salsa with this,, although there are tomatoes and just about everything you'd need to make salasa! lol I'm just a salsa person! I like this so much, I even put this on a piece of bread, the small, party loaves.You could also toast a couple of slices of bread, take the crusts off, and put a little on those as appetizers! Yummy!!!

    Recipe #431888

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