Lately I've been creating large batches of foods that we love. It just makes sense. Why not have quinoa and beans on hand and large batches of salsa. Why not have pre-made hummus ready for dipping or enjoy a loaf of homemade bread with almond butter & jam. I say yes please! Nothing tastes better than homemade or homegrown especially when it's created with the frequency of love.
Our friend has been graciously sharing his tomatoes! We've been in heaven making large batches of salsa. Is pouring it on meals wrong? It's soooo good! Who needs a chip, use a spoon!
We shared some tomatoes and look what came back?
Fresh corn on the cob, a homemade dinner and more, I'm so thankful!
I thought I'd share my favorite way of making salsa so you can enjoy it too!
I like to get out the food processor, some mason jars and set up shop near my cutting board.
First, peel the garlic and place into the food processor with the chunks of onion. Pulse until desired consistency. Distribute amongst the jars.
Pulverize the jalapeño(s) depending on how spicy you like it and place in jars.
Add fresh squeezed lemon juice.
Next place chunks of fresh tomatoes in the food processor and pulse until desired consistency. Pour into jars. Add spices such as cumin, salt, pepper, cilantro and red pepper flakes.
Roll the jar to mix the ingredients well, feel free to shake it a little and you have salsa!
I just add a little here, add a little there and taste it at the end. Enjoy!
Add some avocados and you have some guacamole! :)
To vibrant health and happiness,
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