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This is a GREAT recipe! A super alternative for someone who can't have tomatoes. My entire family loves it. The great thing about it is that you can add some things and leave out others without changing the goodness. If I don't have olives, I just leave them out. If I have something extra, I add it. I have made it every w/e for a month and it has remained in demand. I bet it would be great with cucumbers, but I was outvoted on trying it. Thanks!
I have been using this same recipe from Taste of Home for about 10 yrs--everyone loves it and always asks for the recipe. Great with Tostitos scoops! Thanks for posting!
A big hit at a poolside Father's Day gathering - everyone commented on what a nice change it was from traditional tomato salsa. I added half a jalapeno (they were pretty mild, I could have used a whole one) and a few shakes of Crystal hot sauce. I thought this would be delicious wrapped inside soft taco shells with some lettuce and/or refried beans so we'll try it that way next time. Thanks for a keeper!
This is good, just as mouthwatering as it looks! I am not sure, if the olives where really needed there and I will add some cilantro next time. But the next time will be very soon!
Wonderful salsa! I used lime juice and I used corn and a bit of cucumber. Very tasty. Thanx for sharing!
This was wonderful! It stayed green and fresh and I used it as a chutney with chicken. Yummy! Also as a dip. I used lime juice instead of lemon since I didn't have lemon, and it was still good. Try it.