How to make Garden Fresh Salsa

Plant a salsa garden and make fresh salsa in ten easy steps. Don't miss this guide on how to make farm & garden fresh salsa!

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The best season is here! The season where it is acceptable to eat chips with every meal all day everyday because we have garden fresh salsa available. I have such a large variety of tomatoes and bell peppers growing in the garden that I use more color the better when I make my salsa. Roma tomatoes are the usual types of tomatoes for salsa. But I enjoy the sweet cherry tomatoes in my salsa. Some of my favorite cherry tomatoes are gold nugget, black cherry and bumblebee. There are a variety of vibrant colors that add color to any dish. We eat Mexican food about once a week in our household and making our own fresh salsa fits on the menu perfectly.

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You can use any food processor for the salsa mix. Our favorite is the Ninja. I will link some processors below you will need in your kitchen and trust me you will learn to use these a bunch on the homestead once you start to grow farm fresh food.

1 cup yogurt 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper 2 teaspoons freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon minced fresh ginger 4 teaspoons salt, or to ta.png

Here is the recipe page you can save for later on Pinterest & print out for reference. Please let me know you make this salsa, I would absolutely love that! Now enjoy your salsa!

Christina


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PIN FOR LATER


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