Sunset Salsa


Stuff you'll need

2 lb roma tomatoes
4-6 jalapeno peppers
1-2 mild banana peppers
1 anaheim pepper
1 small white onion
1 clove garlic


Use a food processor to cut up the ingredients (the easy way) or chop by hand.  Cut up the peppers separately from the other ingredients.  This way, you can add the peppers until you get the desired effect, sampling is the only way to get it just right.  Add a bag of your favorite tortilla chips, a deck chair,  a few friends, cold beverages and enjoy.  Please note that the stern of your boat must be facing West to properly enjoy the sunset.

This recipe makes about 1 quart.
Scale up or down for the quantity you need.


Salsa, the real deal, is just that. There is nothing fancy about it, just good ole salsa as it ought to be. Make it often, make it hot, and share it with your friends. You'll soon find that you have more friends than you thought.

Their are no preservatives in home made salsa.  Refridgerate after you make it, and when you're not serving it. Make only as much as you will use in a day or two. If you like spicier salsa, add more peppers. The blend of jalapeno, anaheim, and banana peppers gives a full flavor and the heat sort of sneaks up on you while you are enjoying the salsa. The roma tomatoes make for a meatier salsa. Feel free to substitute other types of peppers and tomatoes based on preference and availability.


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