Tim's Fresh Homemade Garden Salsa Recipe
Here's a homemade salsa recipe that uses a number of garden goodies, and
is easy to make. You can vary the "heat" of the salsa by the amount of Jalapeno
peppers you use, Or, use a hotter pepper for a hotter homemade salsa.
3-4 Green Peppers (You can sub yellow, red or orange for more color)
1-2 Jalapenos (This is where you get your spice from. If you want a hotter
salsa, use a habanero)
~2 Vidalia Onions
~3 Tomatoes (Use plum rather than beefsteak so the salsa is not too juicy.
You can also substitute tomatillos as they tend to be not very juicy.)
1 bunch of cilantro *Don't use the whole bunch unless you want a little bit
stronger of a flavor.
Vinegar (Maybe a half cup. Not too much because it will get too juicy.)
Frank's Red Hot Sauce- A half cup. This will give it some more flavor, and
add a little kick to it. Don't add too much again because you don't want
Optional Items: Corn, black beans, pineapple
Chop peppers, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos and cilantro. Do it manually rather
than with an electronic chopper. The chopped pieces should be about the size
of a corn kernel.
Mix all of the ingredient together in a large bowl.
Now it's ready to eat!
*It may take you a couple of tries before you get it perfect. You can add
or subtract ingredients as you see fit.
Important Note: Do not cook any of the salsaingredients. Eat
salsa immediately, and refrigerate what's left.
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