Restaurants Style BLENDER SALSA



Blender Salsa made with tomatoes, cilantro, onion, garlic, and lime juice made super-fast in a blender! Better than restaurant homemade salsa recipe with amazing fresh flavor everyone loves. This is the  Best Homemade Salsa Recipe is quick and easy to make in just minutes. This Salsa is fresh, tasty, and healthy. This simple salsa recipe is so much better than store-bought Salsa! Who else could make a meal out of chips and Salsa at their local Mexican restaurant? Well, wait until you taste this homemade restaurant-style Salsa. It's fresh, spicy, and addicting! It is perfect for Taco Tuesday. This authentic salsa recipe will make your next large gathering a hit and leave people wanting more. Whether throwing a party or only making some salsa for enjoyment, this recipe combines the perfect blend of spices and herbs for an enjoyable eating experience. The versatility of this Salsa is incredible! Try it on chips, eggs, grilled chicken, or steak! This recipe is so simple, and you do not need to roast peppers or cook the onion, throw it all in the blender and serve. With this batch, you can make two different spices. With the measurement, you can produce four Mason jar sizes of Salsa. So, I make two medium Salsa and two hot Salsa.



INGREDIENTS

1 can 28 oz Whole Peeled Plum Tomatoes

1 can 10 oz original ROTEL tomatoes with green chiles

1/4 large White onion roughly chopped

1 /4 Large red onions roughly chopped

1/2 bunch cilantro roughly chopped

1/2 tsp Fresh garlic chopped

1/2 tsp salt

½ tsp Sugar

juice of 1 lime

For mild salsa add 1 Jalapeno pepper 

For Spicy chopped 1 habanero to your mix



INSTRUCTIONS

Place the onion, cilantro, garlic, salt, and lime juice in the food processor or blender and process until very finely chopped.  Add some additional liquid from the tomatoes if needed.


Add the tomatoes and ROTEL to the mixture and pulse about 5 times or until the salsa reaches your desired consistency.

Chill for 30 minutes to allow flavors to merge. Enjoy!






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