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Garden salsa #7795587 04/04/20 07:17 PM
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What all plants do you recommend to grow to make your own salsa. Sure I can google it, but I'd rather have the THF trust offer up some recipes and whatnot.


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Tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, cilantro, and garlic.


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I made my on for years. Processed tomatoes, chopped onions, chopped jalapenos, simmer for 15 minutes add tomato paste and stir until mixed. Season with a pinch of sugar, vinegar, and salt.


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Originally Posted by KWood_TSU
What all plants do you recommend to grow to make your own salsa. Sure I can google it, but I'd rather have the THF trust offer up some recipes and whatnot.

Best tip I can offer is use Red Gold whole tomatoes instead of fresh grown. Much better end result

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Most people reccomended Roma's, but not me. I like one slice to cover my whole sandwich. I use whatever slicers I grow. I scald them, dump them in ice water, skin them, cut the top third of, squeeze, rake the seeds and pulp off. I come out with a mostly seedless salsa.

I also seed my jalapeƱos.


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Also there is a pepper to grow that is called Garden Salsa. Great flavor profile and they have had the plants at Lowe's last couple of years. Much better in salsa than jalapenos

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My favorite store bough salsa is HEB think and chunky. The peppers in there tasted fresh. I set out to copy it. It also had dehydrated minced onions in there. I started with my regular recipe and added minced onions. I waited until it was done to add my chopped peppers adding a few slices. The vinegar and acid from tomatoes pocketed the peppers. That was my last batch

I bought a jar of salsa from Aldi during the hoarding. It was like stewed tomatoes with Tabasco.


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