Homemade Salsa, Easy, Easy
This summer there has been no need to buy tomatoes from the Downtown Market in Clarksville as my tomato plants have flourished with some of them getting 8 feet tall. I have been growing tomatoes since May and have picked a bowlful every 2 to 3 days.
It's time to make more fresh salsa and add some of my green peppers to the mix. I did not grow jalapenos so bought a few of those and I have plenty of onions and cilantro. The chopping takes a little time but I also get to decide how chunky I want to make it. Make sure you have a big bowl and a very sharp knife to slice through the tomatoes.
Use about 3 pounds of tomatoes and the variety doesn't matter. I mix whatever I have.
2-3 large sweet peppers. You can use any color to give it color and more flavor.
One large onion chopped. I use a sweet Vidalia onion.
2-3 Jalapenos seeded and finely chopped.
One large bunch of fresh cilantro finely chopped.
Salt and pepper.
Juice from one lime about 1/4 cup.
1/3 to 1/2 bottle of Catalina French salad dressing or a little less if you don't want it as wet.
Mix all together and keep chilled and covered in refrigerator. This will keep almost a full week.
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