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Just made it using Walmart fire roasted tomatoes and fresh jalapeños. Also added dash of olive oil and a pinch of sugar. Doubt I will ever buy jar salsa again. You can definitely make this using a different variety of canned tomatoes. I even thought of adding black beans and corn. Great recipe.
I have a salsa recipe that I have made for a few years now, it requires a lot of chopping! You can definitely tell it is homemade. I was so excited to see this recipe! I tried it tonight and my family LOVED it! They said they would have thought it was from a jar, but they were at the table while I was making it! Thanks for sharing!
Oh my, I have been looking for a salsa recipe since my brother started making me homemade salsa but the few I have tried just didn’t turn out right. This looks so simple and easy and delicious! Can’t wait to try it. I love the way you made it so easy to prepare. Yaynesss, we will never be without to die for roasted salsa again. My husband and I practically drink it according to my brother. HaHa
Made it. Loved it. Hooked on it now. I adore getting a new salsa recipe, and while appearing simple, this one is wicked good. I go to a Mexican Restaurant (not a chain) 4 states away, twice a year just because their salsa is to die for. I drag back two big styrofoam “to go” soda cups full of the stuff, but it only lasts maybe 48 hours. LOL
I havent tried omitting it, but she was 92 and just KNEW things.. As a matter of fact, I put a teaspoon of sugar in all my canned tomatoes (for soups) as well as the tsp of salt that most recipes require. She did it, I didnt question. Your mom knows best, right??!! Never know it is there.. Trust the recipe..perfect !!
Question. I used my food processor to chop up tomatoes. Probably took 1/2 bushel of Roma tomatoes for 10 cup. Do you think this is too much tomato for this recipe. Tomatoes pulp really looks nice and I think is the righ consistency. 
The salsa goes with absolutely anything. I love having it with scrambled eggs, on chicken or fish or on top of Mexican salads. It will last in the fridge for about a week, or alternatively to enjoy this salsa all year round you can can it in sterilized jars.
UPDATE:  I just made a batch using 6 pounds of grape tomatoes.  (You should see the monster plant in my garden!) It worked beautifully and the yield was greater–most likely because there is a lower overall water content. I got exactly 2 quarts and 3 cups of sauce from this batch.
“I was getting antsy to use something from my garden so I found this recipe and it. It was really good. I think I prefer the salsa with ripe tomatoes better, but only because of the tenderness of the tomatoes, I think.”
Our garden is literally overflowing from its protective mesh confines; the tomato plants are gigantic, 6-foot-plus monstrosities, heavy with fresh green and ripened red-orange globes, their leaves and vines jungle-thick.  Every day Zach brings in a new basket piled high with a sloppy pyramid of beefsteak, bushsteak, roma, and cherry tomatoes, his pockets crammed with plump jalapenos.
Made this today and it came out very good. Nice, easy recipe. I loved the tip about putting the tomatoes under the broiler for easy peeling, so much easier than dinking around with boiling water and ice baths. I am taking the lazy way out and freezing it in serving portions as I am all “canned out” for this summer. I used the rest of my garden tomatoes, which were a generic slicing type and tons of red grape tomatoes. I didn’t plant any romas this year as they failed last year.
I just came in from picking an overwhelming amount of cherry tomatoes and jalapenos and wanted to whip up some fresh salsa. I did a quick search and came to your recipe. Wow! Perfect! Can’t wait till my hubby tries it. And I think this would freeze well. I would put in quart size zipper bags in the desired amount. It may be a little thinner at thaw time, but you could add a little guacamole or avocado to thicken it up at the point of use.
Last year for my birthday, I had all of my friends over for an epic chips-and-salsa-a-thon, which was downright dreamy. Instead of cooking, Barclay and I drove around town all afternoon and picked up a dozen or so different salsas from our favorite Mexican restaurants. And then we whipped up an enormous batch of my classic margaritas, opened up a zillion bags of chips, and had all of our friends over for the most delicious taste test ever. Totally my kind of birthday.

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