Easy Homemade Salsa Recipe
One of the greatest things about salsa is that it is incredibly easy to make. You do not have to be a master chef to make a great batch of salsa – even if you are one of those people who cannot seem to boil water right, you can still make this easy homemade salsa recipe.
This recipe is a very easy tomato salsa recipe which is geared towards people who do not do much, if any, cooking, and have never tried making their own salsa before. However, you do not even need to know what a stove looks like, let alone use it for this recipe.
If you can chop a few vegetables and mix them in a bowl, you will be able to pass this introduction to cooking with flying colors. You may be so impressed with the results that you begin experimenting a little more in the kitchen – but first things first, so let us get to the recipe itself.
For this salsa you are going to need Roma tomatoes, onion, jalapeño, cilantro and lime, as well as some salt and black pepper. Ensure you have good quality ingredients because the finished salsa is only going to be as good as the ingredients you use to make it. Once combined the ingredients turn into the most delicious salsa, and once of the great things about this recipe is once you have made it you will remember how to make it the next time.
You might want to tweak the recipe the second time you make it, perhaps seeing what some corn or mango will do the mixture, or even another kind of herb. There is no ‘wrong’ way to make salsa because all kinds of ingredients work in this mix. The only hard and fast rule is to do what the Mexicans do when cooking, and always choose fresh produce over canned or frozen items.
- 6 roma tomatoes, diced
- 1 small yellow onion, diced
- 1 jalapeno pepper, diced (remove the seeds and ribs to make a milder salsa)
- 2 tsp cilantro, chopped
- Juice of 1 lime
- Salt and black pepper, to taste
- There is nothing to it. Simply chop the ingredients, mix together in a bowl, and add the lime juice (you can squeeze the lime right over the bowl).
- Add a little salt and black pepper to taste, stir and you are done.
- Just refrigerate the salsa for a few hours (not strictly necessary, but it will taste better if you allow a little time for the flavors to blend together).
- Serve and impress everyone who thought you could not cook to save your life!
Classic salsa is so mouthwatering. Just look at this photo and you will see immediately how juicy and appetizing this is. Whether you serve this with corn chips or tortilla chips, add it to a salad or taco, have it alongside fish or pork, or find another way to serve it, salsa is something which adds a special something to every meal, and it is so quick to make as well. All you need to do is combine the ingredients and the salsa is ready to serve, although it is nicer if you let it sit for a while so all the flavors can blend.
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