Friday, November 7, 2008

Celebration Salsa!


(2) Cans diced tomatoes (drained)
(1) Cup white vinegar
(1) Cup shredded carrots
(5) Whole jalapenos (stems removed)
(1) Bunch fresh cilantro (washed, stems removed)

Combine all ingredients in blender or food processor. Blend until smooth. Chill. Serve.

This is my basic smooth salsa recipe. I used carrots this time, but I've also substituted various fruits, fresh or canned. Makes a great dip, topping for baked chicken or throw a half cup in your favorite tomato sauce for a zingy pasta dish.

If you like it chunky, don't process and leave out the vinegar, add some cracked pepper and lime juice and you've got a nice pico de gallo. Sans onions, you'll notice. Some of us love onions but are not loved in return by them.

Now playing: King Crimson - Cat Food
via FoxyTunes


Memphis said...

Nice dip.Too bad my wife hates cilantro.Rotel is also another good one.mmmmm Great on a burger.Interesting choice of music,"cat food,cat food,cat food"always liked that one.On an Obama note,a local baptist church sign read "Exiles In An Obama Nation"yes,they have been catching heat for that.Idiots.

gomonkeygo said...

Put in parsley for her. And some lime. And tequila, lots of tequila.

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This is looking very good meal. I would like to make it more spicy and chilled. It's recipe is looking great. Thanks.