Recipe by Mrs. Fuller
"Another salsa recipe called for a fresh jalapeno (I think), but I had green chiles in a can on hand. This salsa tastes great, so I'm sticking with it!"
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chopped red onion
chopped yellow onion
canned green chilies
fresh lime juice
chopped fresh cilantro
I think this recipe is an excellent start. I fiddled with it a bit, because I prefer green spring onions rather than raw yellow & red onions. I don't like cilantro (I did still include a little), and even though I warmed and rolled my limes and used a citrus juicer, they had very little juice; so I used half of a lemon for additional juice and tang. I blanched and peeled my garden Early Girl & Lemon Boy tomatoes, because the skins are quite tough. And lastly, I used 2 teaspoons of salt, because I love it salty! Thank you for posting.
It's summer, and tomatoes just don't get any better than right now. I didn't have any canned chiles on hand, but I did have a jalapeño, so that's what I used. Mixed up, tasted, and then added another squeeze of fresh lime juice and a tad more salt. There are a bunch of good salsa recipes, and you can add this one to the list. Enjoyed!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fresh Homemade Salsa
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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