Easy Homemade salsa

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I love going to Mexican restaurants. I love the ambiance. You know, the music, the lighting, the décor. It is all just so happy and inviting while still being relaxing and fun. Being in a Mexican restaurant for me, is like being at home. I can spend all evening there chatting away with my husband or friends, having the time of my life, really enjoying everything.

One thing that I really love about Mexican restaurants, besides the utterly delicious food, of course, is the chips and salsa.

I think that little invention is genius. Technically it is a free appetizer so it is definitely a win in my book!

Well, my husband and I love those little chips and dip so much, we eat it at home as snacks all the time. We will serve ourselves a little bowl of salsa with a side of chips and head upstairs (sometimes with the extra bag of chips in tow) and share it while we work on our computers.

It is a great snack and so delicious.

There are so many salsa flavors we like, but there is one that stands out the most to us: homemade. Oh yea, we make our own homemade salsa and it is positively amazing.

To Make this Homemade Salsa Recipe You’ll Need the following ingredients:


12 lrg tomatoes peeled and cored
3 bell pepper
3 med. onions
10 cloves garlic
5 to 8 peppers with seeds
chop in processor leave chunky
add 1 tbs chili powder
3/4 c vinegar
2 tbs plain salt
2 small cans tomato sauce
9 tbs Accent salt


Add all together and boil for 30 minutes
Put in jars put lids on turn jars over for 30 minutes then flip. the jars with seal as they cool down makes 7 to 9 pints
This is the best Salsa I have ever made!