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“I just made this recipe and it is delicious. I used about 1/2 cup sliced jarred jalapenos for nachos instead of roasting the jalapenos and also used a can of fire roasted stewed tomatoes because it used less sugar. I used a regular 28 oz. can of tomatoes also. This is a winner. Tastes just like the salsa you get in restaurants. We loved it. I highly recommend this recipe as a Volunteer Field Editor for Taste of Home.”
Now I have to say, canned chilies, NO. And the Chili Powder I use is Home made with Smoked, Dried, crushed Serrano peppers as the base pepper. But I do Love a Medium Salsa over Scrambled eggs. And Melted cheese and salsa on corn chip is pure heaven. I have put Salsa on chicken burgers and I have a delicious recipe for Salsa Steak. For the fire roasted tomatoes, I will just through a half dozen tomatoes that have been cut in half on Charcoal BBQ the next time I throw a steak on the Barby
This amazing classic salsa has been a favorite for many years and is a traditional Southwestern-style sauce. It’s full of tomato flavor and perfect for any time you want to serve a tasty salsa. Made from juicy tomatoes, green bell peppers, green onions, and seasoned with lime juice, cilantro, garlic and jalapeno chiles, this pico de gallo-style salsa serves as a great appetizer, snack, or sauce for Mexican night. …MORE+ LESS-
We love this recipe and have been making it for several years. One variation we like is to add some canned chipotle peppers to give it some smoke flavor. We buy the small can of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce and chop up a few chipotles and add while cooking. We also add the tomatoe paste to make it a bit thicker. We can around 150 1/2 pints each season and make several different variations by changing the types of peppers to make some milder and some hotter. We get the most compliments on the ones with the chipotles.
This looks just like my husbands favorite restaurants salsa. Trying this today but a question. How much would the flavor change if I used my garden tomatoes? And how many? I have heirloom beefsteaks, Roma, Amish paste and Juliet minis. Thank you
This was an excellent use for an abundant – but slow ripening – tomato garden! I took it to a picnic, with rave reviews. It’s easy to make, readily found ingredients, and presents quite nicely. My only complaint is that it’s hard to find fresh, ripe avocados at the same time as most of us have a lot of green tomatoes in the garden (the fruit has different seasons). I prefer farmer’s markets or our own grown produce, if possible. Still, most grocers will have the ingredients to supplement your home-grown green tomatoes if you try this anywhere!
I loved this salsa, paired it with beef tacos. The best homemade salsa I’ve made thus far. I added some extra garlic but otherwise followed the recipe. My wife found it spicy but delicious, whereas I could have stood some extra heat.
I have just made this in advance for tonight to serve with burritos. I also increased lime to 2T, added a pinch of ground cumin and halved the sugar to 1/2tsp. I also added cucumber as I like the cool flavor it lends to the dish. Tasting it now it was lovely, I’m sure by tonight it’ll be magnificent!
But, I did come up with a way to enjoy this delicious salsa verde without tortilla chips.  I will be sharing that recipe on this week’s Healthy Happy Wednesday post.  Check out last week’s Healthy Happy Wednesday!
i currently just moved to belgium and i was wondering what you can substitute for some of the ingredients? i know it makes my spices limited, but if you (or anyone reading could help, i would be most grateful) most specifically: 1- 10 oz can original Rotel.
In a food processor or blender, I combine a can of diced tomatoes, a can of Rotel which is seasoned diced tomatoes with green chilies, 1/2 of a small onion, 1/2 of a jalapeno, lime juice, garlic, cilantro, honey and a few spices. Pulse for 30 seconds and that’s it. I’ve been known to throw in half a cucumber and a carrot before too. This is the kind of salsa that you can’t really screw up. You can follow the recipe below as a guideline and do as you like to make it your own.
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Canning jars (pint size, wide mouth), includes lids and rings 9 jars $8.00/dozen Grocery stores, like Publix, Kroger and Safeway and local “big box” stores; sometimes Big Lots and even hardware stores $6.00
Go green the next time you make salsa with this recipe featuring green tomatoes, jalapeño, avocado, and cilantro.  Serve with tortilla chips as an appetizer or use as a topping for grilled chicken or fish.
Thanks for the heads on that, I’ll fix it! And yes, this is a popular recipe around the internet for good reason. So, for some reason, I didn’t think it was recommended to can salsa in a pressure canner (or perhaps it’s just that it’s not well publicized on the timing). How long do you process your pints of salsa in a pressure canner?
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Please note that these are all recipes. When I actually can my tomatoes, I use what is ripe…sometimes it is much more than the recipe, or much less. I don’t follow the recipes exactly, but more as a guideline. I just keep an open mind and taste the sauces along the way. Because of varrying amounts, I am not able to tell you exactly how many pints/quarts each recipe makes. Also, please note that these are old recipes passed down over the years. New canning reccomendations state that modern varieties of tomatoes do not contain high amounts of acid as they did in the past. This puts you at risk for botulism poisoning. My grandmother and I have canned thousands of jars of tomatoes using these recipes, and never once had a problem. Modern canning guidelines suggest adding 1 Tbs. per pint or 2 Tbs. per quart of lemon juice to help bring up acidity levels. This does not change the flavor of the finished product, and will help protect you from the possibility of botulism forming in your jars, because it cannot form under high acidity levels. My suggestion would be to follow the recipes below, and add the lemon juice straight to your jars before filling them with your finished product.

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