How to Make Restaurant-Style Salsa at Home
The best homemade salsa recipe around!
We all have our favorite restaurant that just does salsa right. We go there often and look forward to that first crunchy bite. Well, now you can learn How to Make Restaurant-Style Salsa at Home and you'll be able to have this delicious snack whenever you please! This recipe is as simple as combining all the ingredients together in a blender, pouring in a bowl and chowing down! Depending on how tomatoey or liquidy you like your salsa you can choose to use canned tomatoes or fresh ones. This recipe calls for canned tomatoes, however, this is your salsa, so you make the rules. Serve your tasty snack with crunchy tortilla chips and you'll be in delicious salsa heaven in no time flat!
Preparation Time10 min
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 jalapeno
- 1 green onion
- 1 yellow onion
- cilantro (as much as you like)
- 1 (8-ounce) can tomatoes
- pinch salt, to taste
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Place all ingredients in a blender and mix thoroughly.
Serve immediately or refrigerate until ready to serve.
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Sep 25, 2018
This salsa recipe is perfectly spicy and fresh. If you love your Mexican food nights, but you've run out of salsa, you can whip it up in minutes and still enjoy your night. This recipe is the fastest way too no cooking cuts the downtime in half. I don't know how long it will remain fresh while refrigerated.
Aug 30, 2017
I had no idea this was how restaurants make their salsa...I've been making it like this for years minus the can tomatoes. Roma tomatoes are my favorite for salsa. You know I just learned from a friend not too long ago that the typical salsa isn't really salsa at all but Pico de Gallo...crazy huh? According to my friend salsa is cooked not the latter...I still call it salsa though. lol
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May 30, 2017
I like the idea of blending all the ingredients together. It's a big time-saver. I used to cut everything up in tiny squares and also remove the seeds from the tomatoes. It was so tedious to make salsa that way. I'm not so fond of jalapeos either so I'm thinking sweet peppers (I think they're also called bell peppers) would be good for replacing them in this recipe.
Dec 09, 2016
This looks delicious and so easy! I might skip the jalepenos but everything else looks so perfect.
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