Fast Fresh garden Salsa

July 25, 2012 in Dressings and Sauces

Salsa is by far my favorite condiment!

I usually buy organic salsa in a jar and use that.

Occasionally I will make fresh pico de gallo, but all that chopping is time consuming and cutting jalapeños isn’t exactly awesome!

And then this morning, I saw on instagram that Christi from Burlap and Basil had just thrown all the  ingredients in the food processor and I was like DUH!

So that’s what i did and it came out amazing!!!

Fast Fresh Garden Salsa (ingredients can vary based on whatever you have on hand!)

6 smallish heirloom tomatoes (cut in half)

1 small yellow onion (quartered)

1 jalapeño (seeded)

2 bell peppers (any color)

1 bunch cilantro

dash or two of salt

Throw the onion, seeded jalapeño, and peppers into food processor. Pulse until you have small pieces. Add tomatoes, cilantro, and a couple pinches of salt. Pulse again until everything is little.

Simmer in saucepan for about 30 minutes.

(I don’t really want to brag, but this seriously tastes good!!)

Comments
3 Responses to “Fast Fresh garden Salsa”
  1. Christi says:

    Hi Marla! Thanks for the shout-out! So glad you jumped on the food processor bandwagon with salsa! It’s the only way I make it now. Plus, pouring the ingredients in the mason jar and giving it a shake is pretty satisfying! =) Happy salsa making and eating!

  2. tara faulkner says:

    This is a great suggestion! I can’t wait to make this and I look forward to just putting it in the food processor! I hope you are having a super summer!

  3. dena says:

    Oh, this is yummmm. Made it twice already in 2 weeks!

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