I’m so excited today to welcome one of my new contributors – Aniko from Place of My Taste. I “met” Aniko through our both being contributors for the amazing Desiree at The 36th Avenue. I was instantly floored by her incredible talent in the kitchen, creativity & rockin’ photo skills. So you can imagine just how excited I was when she raised her hand when I called for contributors here on Kleinworth & Co. So please give her a warm welcome here & enjoy this FABULOUS recipe for Homemade Salsa.
Happy Cinco De Mayo Everyone! My name is Aniko and I blog over at Place Of My Taste. I am so happy to be here and share something super easy yet delicious with you all! Since today is a Mexican holiday, I brought my favorite homemade salsa recipe to share with you! We have a favorite Mexican restaurant about 5 minutes drive from us and they serve the best salsa ever. We only visit that restaurant maybe once a month though, so I had to learn how to make the perfect salsa dip at home.
I love salsa…in every way…
I LOVE to dance it and I LOVE to eat it:-)
Few fresh ingredients and a food processor is all you need to make a very authentic fresh salsa dip.
- 1 can 28oz tomatoes (whole or diced )
- handful fresh cilantro
- 3 garlic cloves
- 1 lime juiced
- 1/2 onion diced
- 1/2 cup jalapeno pepper
- 1 tbs salt
- Put the can of tomatoes into your food processor and place all the other ingredients on the top. Turn on your food processor for a few minutes. Chill your salsa if desired.
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Serve your salsa dip with tortilla chips and make your friends lick their fingers on your next party!
You can store your salsa ( if there is a leftover ) for days in your refrigerator.
If you are looking for more dips perhaps, check out my favorite Easy Guacamole
or this very flavorful Spinach & Artichoke dip
I hope you will love these dips as much as we do!
Have a great week!
If you like what you see come check out my DIY project gallery or Recipe Gallery to see more mouthwatering recipes!
Thank you SO MUCH Aniko- it’s an honor & pleasure to have you here today & in the coming months.
I can’t wait to try this recipe
Want More to go with your festive party food tonight?
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Carmel Moments says
I love fresh salsa too. And yours look delish! Pinning!
Thank you so much, Carmel!I hope you will give it a try:-)Have a great week!
Yum! What a perfect recipe for Cinco de Mayo!
trish @ tagsthoughts.com says
YUM!!! Looks so good I added a link to it on my Blog today (www.tagsthoughts.com) — so glad to come across this one on Skip to My Lou. I’ll be trying this is the near future. Happy Cinco de Mayo!!!
I saw this in G+ and had to come over for the recipe. I love fresh salsa!!
Tamar Strauss-Benjamin says
mm that looks divine! Welcome Aniko and thanks for the recipe!
When there is an excess of tomatoes this summer I will have to try this. It look delicious!
Yum, this salsa looks amazing! I’d love to have you link this up with me and the Create & Share DIY and Recipe Party. I hope to see you there!
Stephanie Pass says
Looks amazing! You’ve been featured at Tasty Tuesdays!! http://thetiptoefairy.com/blog/2014/05/tasty-tuesday-60.html
Gina Kleinworth says
Thank you Stephanie – I truly appreciate it!