Monday, September 19, 2011

Fresh Tomato-Cilantro Salsa

This entry recipe comes from Diana who has a lovely blog that is a wealth of information on gardening and wildlife and beautiful photos to go along with. If you haven't had the opportunity to visit, I encourage you to go check it out., she has added her links at the bottom.
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Here is the email she sent with her entry.
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Fresh Tomato-Cilantro Salsa from Diana's kitchen

fresh tomatoes, coarsely chopped
sweet onion, chopped, about 1/4 cup
1/4 cup cilantro, chopped
garlic clove, finely chopped
few sprinkles of cayenne (according to taste)
a little fresh ground pepper
kosher salt, to taste
Tablespoon vinegar or lime juice

Simply chop all these fresh ingredients and allow flavors to meld for at least 30 minutes before serving on or with anything... with chips, on a fajita, with morning eggs...

Hope your tomatoes are ripening Sherri. XO

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Diana

You are invited to visit my garden site at http://voiceinthegarden.blogspot.com//,
and photos at http://simplyuttered.blogspot.com//
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Thank you Diana for sharing this colorful and refreshing salsa!

xo


13 comments:

  1. That sounds like what I should be eating today. I can smell it from here. Yum. Will check out the link now. Happy New year!

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  2. sounds yummy! My husband has been looking for a good recipe. Just may have to try this one. He loves Albert's Hot Sauce and we can only find this at Brookshires, when we visit LA. Not really hot - you can get one that is warmer.

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  3. Oh my, that looks so good! I will have to try this. About that honey extractor, a stainless steel one is best. It depends on how much one wants to pay, how much honey you'll be harvesting and so forth. Lots of info on extractors on the web.

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  4. oh, how very pretty! can't wait for tomato growing season!

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  5. Hi Sherri!
    Sorry for any trouble!
    Please use the purchase option on my sidebar. We are working with the website now to have it fixed but the one on my blog works fine.
    -Angela

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  6. Yum! Love your blog background :) I'm a new GFC follower :)
    xo
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  7. Hi Sherri, thank you for your thoughts and prayers. I appreciate you sharing your scripture with me. I pray you will continue to be healthy and happy as well. We are survivors, so we continue to fight. Love and hugs, Linda

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  8. Sherri, thank you so much for your prayer for me. I appreciate it so much.

    The recipe sounds delicious. I am a new follower for you.
    Beth

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  9. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving such a nice comment.
    The salsa recipe sounds delicious!

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