Signe's Salsa

READY IN: 15mins
Recipe by KellyMac6

This is the best salsa recipe I have ever tried. It was given to me by a close family friend who was the original creator. It is nice and chunky, but not too chunky. It has the most flavor if you let it set overnight. Enjoy!

Top Review by Katzen

Awesome! This salsa is exactly like the mexican restaurant salsa I've been hoping to replicate for a long time - I love it! I made a couple of changes: I used my food processor to chop the olives (pitted kalmatta), and just threw in the rest of the stuff as well and gave it a quick pulse or three. DH thought I should have left the tomatoes chunky, so I'll do that next time. We don't have Rotel Tomatoes in Canada, so I used a can of Spicy Red Pepper tomatoes instead, and also added two chopped jalapenos. Instead of using vinegar, I used the juice of two limes, and then tossed in a good handful of finely chopped cilantro. Oh, and instead of garlic salt, which I didn't have, I used garlic granules (1/2 tsp, as it is more pungunt, as per my food substitution book.) This was super easy to make, and wow, is it ever delicious!! Made for Best of 2010!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all ingredients.
  2. Adjust garlic salt, salt, and pepper to taste.
  3. Allow to chill at least 20 minutes.

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