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Fabulous salsa and so quick and easy to make. I didn't have any red pepper on hand so subbed with some finely chopped pickled jalapeno, which gave the right amount of heat. Also added almost a teaspoon of crushed garlic and three good squeezes of lime juice. By the way, two medium tomatoes yielded a cup of diced and one large red onion gave a cup. Delicious served with potato wedges and sour cream. Thanks so much for posting. Will make this often.
This salsa is easy and delicious!<br/>I did not have sweet onions and for this reason I soaked the chopped onions in cold water for about 15 minutes before adding this to the salsa. This steps makes the onion really much sweeter and less pungent. I did not have locoto pepper and I replaced it with some red pepper (long shape peppers) and added some hot pepper flakes, <br/>Thanks a lot for the great salsa, we enjoyed it with fresh bread. Thanks for this delicious and refreshing topping!
So delicious! I used my homegrown, ripe tomatoes and jalapenos, and it couldn't have tasted any fresher. I served it mixed into a green salad, and also along side some baked fish. I'll definitely make this again.
I kicked up the heat by added some adobo sauce and hot pepper flakes. Refreshing. Thanks made for ZWT 2011
Very good salsa! I made it as written except I subbed cilantro for the parsley. I served it with taco chips and cold beer. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT7.
I had this salad for lunch today. I didn't have any sweet onion, so I used white onion instead, and used a jalapeno pepper, as well. I really love salads like this one.