is an extremely versitile condiment that we all know and
love. It is usually consumed as a dip or topping for Mexican
food, but can be great on fish, chicken, meatloaf and more.
Salsa is the Spanish word for sauce, but we traditionally
think of it as a chunky and spicy tomato dip or topping.
We don't usually think about making salsa, but If you have
only had salsa from a jar, you owe it to yourself
to make up a batch from scratch. Using fresh produce increases
the flavor, and allows you to alter your salsa in any way
you wish. Make an extra spicy batch, or make one that is
completely mild. Season it to your standards, and try different
flavor combinations. You can even try adding fruit to your
salsa to give it an exotic flavor.
Preparing all of those vegetables can take a
lot of work. To chop and dice all of the ingredients for
a bowl of fresh salsa it could take for ever, and we all
know how fun it is to chop onions and garlic. That is why
the Miracle Chopper is so great. You can
have fresh salsa any time you want it, prepared in just
minutes. Just toss in the ingredients, secure the lid,
and give it a few spins. Your ingredients are chopped 20
times faster than by hand and you have fresh salsa in just
minutes. No mess, no hassle, and no tears or lingering
smell from the onions and garlic. Follow these easy instructions
to make your own salsa today.
2 medium sized ripe tomatoes (quartered)
1/4 medium sized onion
4 sprigs cilantro
2 cloves garlic
1 tsp. garlic salt
2 tbsp. lemon juice
1 jalapeno (1/3 for mild, 2/3 for medium and 1 for hot)