Quick and Easy Salsa

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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
7
Yields:
3-4 cups
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ingredients

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directions

  • Drain the tomatoes.
  • Place the jalapeno (seeded if you like less heat) and the garlic in a food chopper and process until very small mince.
  • Add this and the remaining ingredients to the tomatoes and stir well.
  • Let sit for an hour or so to let flavors blend.

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Reviews

  1. Classy Gal
    What a great recipe that I will use over & over again. I did exactly what the recipe called for except I just added 1 fresh tomatoe chopped up!
     
  2. thepurpleturtle
    This was good but I thought it needed a little extra flavor boost so I added some taco seasoning mix. I'm giving it 5 stars anyway because I'm pretty sure it's my own fault for not having any cilantro or a jalapeno - sorry for messing with it! However, this was the perfect rescue for an enchilada recipe I was making for dinner tonight that called for salsa since I didn't have any on hand.
     
  3. mliss29
    Quick & easy & good. My husband liked it too. I did leave out the cilantro. Thanks! Reviewed for Healthy Choices ABC tag.
     
  4. Mrs Joshi
    I LOVE how quick and fresh-tasting this is, and especially that it makes a reasonable amount that DH and I can consume within a few days, instead of the quarts or gallons that some other recipes produce. Thanks!
     
  5. Tebo3759
    Quick and easy is a great description but you left out great taste. I used a whole red onion and two jalapeno. Sure beats the bought stuff!!
     
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I was raised in SoCal and currently live in Las Vegas I am a licensed veterinary technician as well as a registered nurse. I grew up in my parents restaurant, so I learned to cook by watching and doing. No recipes, just what the basic ingredients were. I cooked for a while during my teen years and got to make my own creations which was fun, but left the business in '93..many fond memories still remain. I am mom to a wonderful 12 year old daughter who shares my love of cooking, although her tastes run to the exotic (at least for most 12 year olds I know). She loves Japanese, Chinese and and Thai food. Her favorites are Jellyfish and sushi.
 
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