Thursday, May 2, 2013

Summer Staples: Six Minute Salsa

During the Summer time, there is nothing I love more than a bowl of fresh salsa, crispy tortilla chips, and a tangy frozen margarita. Unfortunately, these things come at a cost: waiting through traffic, paying too much at the restaurant; not to mention the guilt and regret associated with indulging in too much salt and sugar.

But have no fear; six-minute salsa is here! One of the sweet ladies at church shared this recipe with me a few years ago and now I am a converted soul. Not only is this salsa totally delicious, its also so fast and easy to make it's almost stupid. But that's not all, folks! It is super versatile; use it as a salad dressing or chicken marinade, spoon it over grilled corn or seafood(a personal favorite!), or just eat it as chips and dip. No matter which way you eat it, you're sure to enjoy it and your friends are sure to beg you for the recipe.

So now without further ado, I present to you Six Minute Salsa!

Six Minute Salsa


28 oz can whole tomatoes in juice
1 small lime, juiced
1 bunch of cilantro, chopped
1 large jalapeno, seeds and membranes removed, chopped
2 tbsp garlic salt


Dump everything in a blender and pulse until desired consistency. Store up to two weeks in a 32-oz Mason Jar.

Thats all she wrote folks! Seriously, its the simplest, tastiest and freshest salsa around. You'll feel like you're at a restaurant when you eat this stuff! Hooray! As always share your comments, critiques, contributions and concerns in the comments section below, or to
Bon Appetit Y'all,

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