figured I would share my always asked for Salsa recipe. Since most 'maters are coming in now around where I live. Here we go!
About 15 to 20 Roma (plum) tomatoes (cubed)
1 large red onion (rough chopped)
3 bell peppers (I use a green, orange and a red one for color)
1 can of whole kernel corn (drained....or could use some smoked corn from the cob!)
4-5 finger-hot peppers
(now what I do for the peppers to give everyone their fair share of the hot-ness of them...is to put them into a mini chopper and grind them up good)
Cilantro (part of a bunch rough chopped)
lime (I juice the lime...but save a small slice for decoration on the top with a sprig of cilantro thru the middle)
Salt and pepper to taste
Basically you chop all of the 'maters, peppers and cilantro. This make a huge batch...so get out a huge bowl. Throw all of it into the bowl as you are working on the items. I save the lime juice, salt and pepper for last. It's really pretty and goes fast with tortilla chips and cold beer! My Hubby loves this on hot dogs and/or brats!
I do hope yall enjoy this!
(finally updated this with some pictures!)
All but the roma tomatoes are from the Victory Garden
makes a huge bowl full
goodies from the garden to go into the Salsa. Was nice not to have to go buy everything.
Edited by KathrynN - 7/9/13 at 10:48am