This healthy homemade salsa recipe is so delicious and fresh tasting you will never want to buy a processed variety from the grocery store again.
Salsa is a great condiment to have on hand because it accompanies many dishes. It's also a great healthy alternative to ketchup which contains high amounts of sugar.
There are many ways to prepare salsa; it all depends on your personal taste. You can make it spicy, mild, chunky, pureed, fresh or cooked.
If you prefer a fresh salsa, the tomatoes do not have to be peeled; add the ingredients and refrigerated for a couple of hours to allow the flavours to combine.
If you prefer a cooked salsa, the tomatoes are best peeled. If you make a large batch you can place the salsa in canning jars to stock your pantry.
This recipe can be double or tripled etc... if you want to make a large batch.
Fresh Salsa: Combine all the ingredients and refrigerate for a couple of hours before serving.
Cooked salsa: Combine all the ingredients in a saucepan. Bring to a boil; reduce to a simmer until vegetables are soft, approximately 1 hour. If you want your salsa pureed, do so now. Place the salsa into hot sterilized jars, leaving ¼ inch headspace, seal with sterilized lids and bands. Process in the canner for 15 minutes. Remove jars and allow to cool completely (24 hours) before checking for a proper seal.
You can control the heat in this recipe by adding more or less hot peppers and you can also experiment by using your favourite peppers.
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