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We always use white onions. Yellow cultivars are too sweet, while red onions are best with seafood — as another reader noted. We also roast our tomatoes and chiles (usually serranos or jalapenos) over a gas or charcoal flame before skinning and seeding both. Technically speaking, I suppose we’re crossing the line between salsa cruda and salsa casera, but the improved flavor and texture justify the extra effort.
I tried kiwi in college for the first time, and got violently ill. I tried eating a fruit salad at a friend’s house a few years ago…avoiding the kiwi. Still got ill just because the other fruits had touched the kiwi. 🙁 Thankfully I can eat peaches!! This salsa looks delicious Cathy, and perfect for summer!!
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“Salsa” is the Spanish word for sauce and the common salsas many of us think of are salsa frescas or salsa cruda, fresh sauces served as a condiment with crispy chips prior to a delicious Mexican meal. These uncooked sauces can be pureed until smooth, semi-chunky, or a uniformly chopped pico de gallo.
Toss the diced tomatoes, red onion, jalapeno, cilantro, and garlic together. Add the juice of a half a lime and add salt and pepper to taste. Store in the fridge. Serve with chips or on top of salad, burritos, tacos…you name it.
If you were to think of a dessert as an old-school, new-school remix, this Peach Divinity Icebox Pie might be it: except peaches and divinity are both old-school Southern dessert classics! So to create this sweet fantasy, this pie combines two of the South’s favorite flavors: fresh peaches and fluffy, creamy divinity candy. It is all nestled into a baked gingersnap crust, and pile high with sweetened whipped cream. With all these incredible flavors, it is hard to decide which one tastes the best. What’s great about this pie is that since you get a little bite of delight in every mouthful, you can just enjoy everything all at once.
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Freezer salsa may not look as fresh and perky as fresh salsa, but it’s definitely a viable alternative to canning. There will be some watery liquid after it’s thawed.  It’s really not a big deal.  If you want to serve the salsa for chip dipping, simply drain off the liquid.  If you’re using the salsa in a cooked recipe, just use as is.
This fresh, crisp “salsa cruda” bears little resemblance to the cooked, jarred salsa you’re probably used to. Super-tasty when summer vegetables are at their freshest and best, it’s delicious served with crisp chips; or used as a dip for grilled flatbread.
Want a more velvety version with the same thrilling flavors? Just double the amount of chiles, bump up the salt by 1/2 teaspoon, add 1/2 cup water, and scoop in the flesh of a large, ripe Hass avocado before you blend.
Paired with sweet cinnamon chips, this fruit salsa is quickly gobbled up by friends and family. It makes a nice addition to a brunch buffet. Plus it’s a great snack. —Margaret McNeil, Germantown, Tennessee
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Slice the lime in half and squeeze the juice from half a lime the bowl. Sprinkle with salt, and stir together until combined. Be sure to taste the pico de gallo and adjust the seasonings, adding salt or more diced jalapeno if needed.
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We love the idea of a twist on the traditional gelatin dessert, and this adult-only version mixes the sweet flavor of ripe peaches with some additional ingredients to create just the right result. You’ll need some of your favorite sparkling wine, as well as a little vodka and some of our Peach Puree, but this combines to be a cool sweet treat. Garnished with fresh peach slices, you’ll get the tastes of the season with a little unexpected taste and sensation. Serve this special treat in martini glasses for a party-perfect presentation.
Just before serving, cook the angel hair pasta in salted boiling water according to package instructions. Remove the garlic clove from the pasta sauce. Drain the pasta and while still steaming hot, place the pasta on top of the cold sauce. Let sit for a minute before tossing the pasta. Top with grated Parmesan and serve.
In a bowl, stir together the cucumbers, tomatoes, bell peppers, jalapeno pepper, onion, garlic, lime& lemon juice, cilantro (or parsley) , dill, and salt. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1-2 hour. Serve with tortilla chips, use as a topped for grilled chicken, fish or my favorite…. on top of my morning eggs!
Hi Ashley! I would say 4 days is a safe bet, it might last longer but I don’t know for sure. I generally follow the CDC guidelines for food safety which is 4 days on most things. I hope this helps! Thanks.
We managed to dodge the first few sales guys, but soon realized that the closer you got to the exit, the more aggressive the sales people would become. Several of them stalked us around the room, corralling us like cattle, until we had no choice but to stop at a particular desk. At one point, when I tried to walk away to see if I could at least see where the exit was, another sales rep grabbed my arm and told me to go back to the desk.
I am looking at your “canning pears” suggestions. So nice, as I’m looking for something without sugar. I live in the lower elevations of the Rocky Mountains…4500 feet. We must process pears for at least 30 (pint) to 35 (quart) minutes here. The higher Rockies above 6,000 feet add 5 minutes each to the times as water boils at a lower temperature the higher in elevation. The safest idea is to check with the local county extension agent as to times. Safe food for those babies!!!
I can eat it with every single meal I eat. I love to spoon heaping spoons full of Pico de Gallo on top of my scrambled eggs in the morning, add it to an avocado half with a bit of chicken for lunch, and then pile it on so many dishes for supper – like as a topping for my beef enchiladas, chicken enchiladas, or on tacos.
This peach salsa is sure to be a crowd pleaser at any summer party- it’s gluten-free and vegan, and it’s mild flavor makes it kid friendly. It’s healthy, packed with nutrients from the raw fruits and veggies, and it’s low-fat. Plus, it’s so colorful and pretty!
Yum. This is something I really enjoy. So fresh and refreshing, especially in hot weather. I had a friend who used to make this mostly from her garden. I think the only difference was the addition of olives. So tasty.
I’m feeling a lot better this week than I was last week, so I’m anxious to kind of play catch up around the house.  It’s amazing how quickly just the normal stuff gets out of control is you let it.  I’m sure I’m not the only one that feels that way!
Made this tonight! I made one change- added one minced clove of garlic. My husband had serious doubts until he tried it. THIS WAS SOOOO GOOD! This recipe according to hubby “Perfected the first time you made it!” will do again and again!
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