Salsa by the Canadian

Since I’m thinking food, here’s another favorite around our house.

This is a yummy salsa that is easy to fix.

1 large onion, chopped, preferably organic (Just because!)

2 big cans of Muir Glen organic diced tomatoes  (This size can of Muir Glen has a coated interior so you avoid  all the poisons that will cause every imaginable disease.) (And oh, I’d tell you the exact ounces, but the cans are in the trash with juice pulp and dog hair over them, so I’m guessing the can is about 30 oz.)

1 big can of pickled jalapenos and carrots (Same goes for this can!  Oh, wait.  I found another.  It’s 12 oz.  This one is by Embasa–a good Canadian company…….probably.) Or you can use just the jalapenos without the carrots in glass jars from Target. Use about 10-12 oz. of it.

2 bunches of cilantro, cut up, washed, and dried (Cut just the heady part–not all the stems.) Of course this depends on how much cilantro you like and how big the bunches are.

Salt to taste

Juice of a lime

Pulse in the blender by batches till it’s as chunky or as fine as you like.  Grab the chips, and you’re ready!

About apronheadlilly

wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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5 Responses to Salsa by the Canadian

  1. nutsfortreasure says:

    I love Salsa on when I put it on all my foods it makes them ALL HEALTHY 🙂

  2. dorannrule says:

    Mmmmmmmm! This sounds great. I am saving the strange recipe for when I feel un-lazy and too guilty about using Paul Newman’s Medium Salsa in a glass jar. 🙂

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