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So fresh and delicious. I added a bit more cilantro and did not add any of the jalapeno seeds (this time!) due to the request of my mild mannered dinner guests. ;0) <br/>The jalapenos simply give it really good flavor- without the heat- and the chili powder is a great addition without being over powering. DELICIOUS salsa that can easily be tweaked to your desired heat. Will definitely make this again and again! ***UPDATE: Have now made this salsa a number of times WITH the jalapenos and their seeds- LOVE it!!!! Try it with my recipe: Pintos and Blacks! So, so, sooooo good! Thanks for the BEST salsa recipe out there!
Made this as written only at the end I did add a few finely sliced green onions for a little more color...definately a keeper. My jalapeno had a kick but sooo good. I served this with fresh baked corn chips. Made for the Think Pink 2012 tag game.
This was very easy to make and I love it.. It's better than any salsa I've ever had at a restaurant. I still can't believe it came from my kitchen.
Great salsa recipe! One thing I've noticed when making salsas using canned tomatoes is that it's so important to use a quality brand. I made the mistake of using store brand for this recipe and it seemed kind of bland. I'm looking forward to trying it again with better tomatoes. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
I am Texas girl and I love this recipe. Great salsa :)
This salsa ROCKS! I can%u2019t believe how delicious it is and I%u2019m already addicted. I can never go back to store bought again. I have tried different salsa recipes in the past and something always was not quit right, but this turned out perfect. I%u2019m so glad you decided to share it with us,,, it really is great. My search is ended and this will be a staple in my home. Thank You.
Simply wonderful! Flavor is uncomplicated and deliscious. I used the juice of the whole lime and more onion, but other than that followed the recpe to a "T". Thanks for sharing.
Excellent salsa that went together super quick in a food processor. I served this with #131176 and the only change I made was to use the whole lime instead of half. Thanks!
Delicious! We loved this quick, easy, and flavorful salsa. I made this in a food processor, adding everything except the cilantro and onion. After everything was mixed, I added the cilantro leaves and pulsed just a few times to lightly chop. Then I added the onion, which I had coarsely chopped, and pulsed a couple of times. This left the cilantro and onion still chunky. After removing the salsa from the food processor, I stirred in 3-4 shakes of habanero hot pepper sauce for added heat. Yum!! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper! *Made for Cookbook Tag*
I am a proud Texan far away from home here in CO! This tasted delicious, but for my own personal preference, it was a bit too runny for me. I made it again, using a large can of diced tomatoes, slightly drained & that did the trick. I also used a bit more garlic, just b/c that is what I prefer. Thanks fellow Texan!! This one is a keeper!