It’s the end of August, with so many tomatoes, so little time. How about some fresh salsa?
I’m not joking around with you here. This salsa is so good and so easy, we have developed a serious addiction. My 11-year-old can’t stop making it and the rest of us can’t stop eating it.
This tasty little number is reminiscent of when I met The Professor. In college he was working as a waiter at a Peruvian restaurant and they served a fresh salsa that was very similar. The Professor spoke Spanish to all the customers. Swoon.
Why have we waited so long to feel the salsa love once more?
The OM-Goodness I Can’t Stop Eating This Salsa
- 1/2 Cup Water
- 1/2 Onion (yellow or red)
- 1/2 Bunch Cilantro
- 3 Romas
- 1 Jalepeno (or more if you like spicy!)
- Salt to taste (I like salty)
Put all ingredients in the blender and give it a whirl for about 30 seconds. We like this particular salsa just blended. It’s not chunky, but it’s not one uniform paste. You can add or take away water depending on thickness preference. You can add more jalepeno for more spice. Too spicy? Add another roma. Don’t like cilantro? What???
Very easy, very fresh, very tasty.