Walla Walla Salsa Salsa

A local recipe. Use any regional variety of sweet onion from your area. This is a mild salsa, if you want more {{bite}}, sub one or two jalapenos or serranos, etc. for the Anaheims. A step further also would be substituting a more "gourmet" olive instead of standard canned. Lastly, I roasted the onion and tomatoes as well, although that is optional. Fresh, fresh, fresh ingredients, please!

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  • Roast the chilies. Set aside to cool. (You will find many recipes on this site on how to roast chilies. Don't be intimidated. It is a very easy procedure.).
  • Peel the chilies and chop.
  • Combine the chopped chilies with the remaining ingredients *except* for the pine nuts.
  • Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Salsa can be prepared up to 6 hours in advance. However, for best flavor the salsa should be served at room temperature.
  • Stir in pine nuts {just} before serving.
  • Serve with blue corn tortilla chips, slices of French baguette, Melba toast, etc.
  • Prep does not include roasting the chili peppers.
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"A local recipe. Use any regional variety of sweet onion from your area. This is a mild salsa, if you want more {{bite}}, sub one or two jalapenos or serranos, etc. for the Anaheims. A step further also would be substituting a more "gourmet" olive instead of standard canned. Lastly, I roasted the onion and tomatoes as well, although that is optional. Fresh, fresh, fresh ingredients, please!"
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  1. Marty M
    I don't know what you think salsa is, but this is not it. Sorry.
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  2. COOKGIRl
    A local recipe. Use any regional variety of sweet onion from your area. This is a mild salsa, if you want more {{bite}}, sub one or two jalapenos or serranos, etc. for the Anaheims. A step further also would be substituting a more "gourmet" olive instead of standard canned. Lastly, I roasted the onion and tomatoes as well, although that is optional. Fresh, fresh, fresh ingredients, please!
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