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Everyone at my birthday party raved when I made this salsa- but you have to add at least an onion and a half to give it some crunch and I also put in about 2 or 3 jalapeños to make it spicy. Overall a delicious mix.
Fresh tomatoes would be better but for those of us whose gardens are done producing this is a great recipe. Also it tastes so much better and is so much quicker to just whip it all up in the food processor!
This is the perfect mild salsa. A couple of coworkers don't care for my usual batch of salsa since I make it really spicy so I gave this a try. I did throw everything in the food processor as I usually do. I threw in a seeded jalapeno too but they can't even tell.:)
I tweeked this recipe just bit. I used fresh tomatoes from the garden various types like roma and beef steak tomatoes. I also added sweet bell pepper small jalapeno black bean and white corn sugar to taste and that makes it good.