This is the best salsa. It’s adapted from another recipe and I just added some stuff. It does take a little time to make, (about 1-1/2 hrs) but if you’re at home…you know…decorating or painting…you can so do it! My kids love to help with this.
Roasted Tomatoe Salsa
7 medium chilled tomotoes (not too ripe)
1 small jalapeno pepper
1 clove garlic
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
2 tablespoons white onions (diced)
2 tablespoons cilantro (chopped
1. Roast tomatoes on Broil. Place only 6 of them stem side down in pan. (Remove stems)
2. Roast for 30 minutes on each side until charred. When you turn them over, add the jalapeno until all are blackened.
3. Remove tomatoes/pepper and place in a bowl to cool for 10-15 minutes.
4. Once cooled, dump contents of the bowl into a blender, add the garlic and salt. Then puree.
5. Add water and blend again for 30 or so seconds.
6. Pour the contents of the blender into a bowl.
7. Dice the remaining tomatoe and add it to the pureed salsa
8. Stir in the onion and cilantro
9. Stir in the juice of 1 Lime. Chill before serving.
I usually let the salsa marinate in the fridge overnight…that is if it even makes it through the night! Let me know if you try it!
Looks delicious! Where is the Guacamole recipe? You know you are going to have to post that one also!
oooh…i am so glad you posted this! can’t wait to make some!
okay- i just made a big ole batch of this and although it is better than the first batch i attempted it still DOESN’T COMPARE to yours!! are you holding out a secret ingredient????? haha
I was recently introduced to the wonderful world of blogs! I am not sure if I found you through the Nesting Place, or someone else, but you are awesome! Thanks for sharing your creativity with the world!!!>>Nora
Oooh! We’ve been looking for a homemade salsa recipe to try! I’ll definitely have to make this one soon! It sounds delicious.
We had a friend over for dinner last night and I made up some of this yummy homemade salsa to go with our fajitas. It is a wonderful recipe and we’ll definitely be making it again! I love that it is fresh. 🙂 SO much better than salsa in a jar!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Nini Hallow says
Ohh heheeh your salsa look delicious!!! I am from México you know? and is so strange to me that people uses recipes for this… I´m new to the blogging, but I already love your blog! keep the good work!!