It's been my experience that the further south you travel the better the Mexican food tastes.
I have always loved snacking on tortilla chips and salsa, but I discovered that salsa can be added to a lot of recipes. Be careful though, as many salsa manufactures like to put sugar in their ingredients. You would think that something that is supposed to be spicy would not have sugar, but sugar is cheap to make and it is highly addictive. Food companies nowadays feel the need to stay competitive, and that might mean adding this addictive ingredient so you keep coming back for more.
Once you body has detoxified from all that refined sugar, your body starts to crave fresh ingredients. Upon visiting with my sister in-law, who resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico, she was the one who introduced me to this recipe. Speaking of addictions, this one is my new favourites. After eating this, store bought just doesn't cut it anymore. If you are worried about spoilage... don’t. This salsa will most likely be consumed before that happens.
- 3-4 large tomatoes,
- 1/2 white onion,
- 1-3 jalapenos, (depending on how spicy you wan to make it)
- 1/3 cup cilantro,
- 1 Tbsp fresh lime juice,
- garlic salt to taste.
- Blend all ingredients on low until they for small pieces. Enjoy!
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