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It's been years since I've used store-bought salsa given how easy it is to prepare at home. Fresh salsa is an appetizer (bruschetta anyone?), side dish or complimentary sauce that everyone enjoys; I love to serve it as a snack, with tortilla chips or hard-shell tacos. My husband loves to eat it with burritos, and my children enjoy it with their cheese nachos.
This particular recipe has a unique flavor you won't find in a jar since the tomatoes are roasted first, giving them a smoky and delicious touch. I got this tip from the owner of Cactus Cantina, a famous Mexican restaurant in Washington, D.C. where I lived for four years. The ingredients can be chopped in a food processor, just make sure they don't end up completely pureed. You want texture, not baby food. Finally, remove any excess liquid out so it has a thicker consistency. Although, the beauty in salsa is its customization; youRead More »from Give Your Chips a Fresh Salsa