By Bayhill on October 20, 2005
Photo by loof
Photo by loof
"My family loves chips and salsa. This salsa is so quick and easy to make, and it is definitely a family favorite."
Serving Size: 1 (507 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This was quite good. I used fire roasted tomatoes, shallots, double the cilantro, one huge jalapeno and added 1/4 teaspoon of salt. This recipe makes a ton, so plan for a crowd!"
"Delicious fresh salsa! I used less onion and a huge jalapeno. We love our chips and salsa and this is so much better than anything you get in a jar. Thanks for sharing the recipe!"
"Just loved this fresh tasting salsa!!! I couldn't find a can of Mexican Stewed Tomatoes so I used "Rotel" which is tomatoes with mild green chiles. My 20 yo DS loves chips and salsa and he loved this as well. The cilantro flavor really comes through and adds the freshness to this salsa. Thanks so much for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT8."
"This is so easy and just delicious. I added extra garlic and doubled the cilantro. I won't be buying salsa anymore after trying this recipe. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT 8- Zingo."
"Delicious salsa! I used my immersion blender (love that thing) and it turned out great for our tastes. I added some seasoning salt also. Made for PAC Spring 2012."
"This is wonderful! I was in need of salsa and had all the ingredients except for fresh tomatoes. They were a little pricey so I found your recipe and presto salsa. I put the onion and garlic in the food processor, Pulsed several times to chop and then added in the cilantro, hot sauce and lemon juice. Last I added in a can of Rotel tomatoes. I did drain off some of the liquid that was on the tomatoes. The lemon juice adds a nice fresh taste. Thanks for sharing. I can see me making this repeatedly."
"No more store bought salsa for us... This one tops the chart with ease of preparation and tastes great! Thanks Bayhill!"
"I made a double batch and had to use regular stewed tomatoes because that's what we have available to us here in Oz, so I added some taco seasoning to try and achieve the same flavour. This was a very nice restaurant style salsa. It came out a bit thin, but I assume that's because my blender is an absolute monster. Next time I think I'll try using my immersion blender for a slower speed and more control. I added two whole fresh green chilies plus the seeds and extra fresh garlic and cilantro. Yum! Thanks Bayhill!"
"I had to make something quick for our church's after service fellowship today. I had all of the ingredients so I made this and it was a real HIT. Nothing was left over and everyone wants the recipe. Was to go and I have a new salsa recipe."
"This is outstanding salsa and oh so easy to make. There is no need to buy canned salsa when you can make something as delicious as this. A definite keeper! Congrats in the football pool for Week 1!"
"This was sooo good and so easy! I agree, good bye jarred salsa!"
"Goodbye jarred salsa! This was indeed Pronto. My dishwasher cannot keep up with all the cooking I've been doing so I mashed up the tomatoes with a potato masher to save on dishes. I really don't like fresh cilantro, it gives me the heevie jeevies so I used just a little dried cilantro. Instead of using fresh jalapeno I used jarred since I always have it in the refrigerator. Made this to go with recipe#114397 This is truly a super recipe, Thank You so much for sharing."
"This was very good. I like a little more lemon, so I used more. Also, I used a little less cilantro. I will no longer buy salsa from the mexican restaurant. This is great with fried homemade corn tortilla chips."
"This was a nice, quick to fix salsa. I used Rotel tomatoes (original) and one jalapeno pepper (seeded) and it was what my family would rate as a medium heat salsa. Thank you for sharing your recipe! Reviewed for ZWT3."
"We loved this quick and easy salsa. I made as directed except for the cilantro. I kinda eyeballed that one since we're real sensitive to that stuff. Used 1/4 of a falapeno and probably could have used a little more for our taste. Very Very good. thanks Bayhill. We'll be making this again this winter when we have no fresh from the garden available."
"Bayhill this is very good salsa! I used green onions and parsley instead of cilantro. Added a little more garlic and a small jalapeno pepper without the seeds. Very easy and quick to make, love it!"
"Fabulous! Tastes as good as a restaurants and cheaper than getting a jar at the store. I'll just have to work on a way to get it chunkier."
"Easy and so good, I used one medium onion, increased the garlic and cilantro... I made this to give to my DS, he simply loved this! thanks for sharing, this will be a repeater!...Kitten:)"
"OMG, this is so great!! I can't believe something this easy is this fabulous!! No more bottled salsa for us...this is the ONLY thing we will have now! We actually just dumped everything in the blender, as I was too lazy to chop it all up. It wasn't very chunky, which was just fine with us. We used about 7 big jalapeno slices, along with a little juice. Thanks for the yummy recipe and congrats on winning the football pool! :D"
"Great salsa recipe! I made this for the football pool, and boy, am I glad I did! Was planning to serve it for the Panthers game (over an hour away), but already we've put away about half of this recipe! Great! I did add more jalapenos than mentioned, and even threw in a few chili peppers for added heat. Very spicy. Thanks for posting, Bayhill!"