Three Tomato Salsa Recipes

Our tomatoes were late this year... still ripening up for the most part. Use whatever tomatoes you have around for the following delightful fresh salsa recipe adapted from Moosewood Restaurant's New Classics:350 Recipes for Homestyle Favorites and Everyday Feasts

Combine the following in a bowl and mix together:

*1 C. chopped red Tomatoes
*1 C. chopped Yellow Tomatoes
*1 C. fresh Tomatillos, husked and chopped fine (or Green Tomatoes if no Tomatillos are available)
*2 T. chopped, fresh Cilantro
*4 tsp. Olive Oil
*2 T. fresh Lemon Juice
*1 fresh Green Chile, seeds removed and discarded, minced
*2 Garlic cloves, minced
*2 Scallions, chopped
*Celtic Sea Salt to taste

Mix well and serve at room temperature or chilled. Delicious with dehydrated "corn chips" and a side of Guacamole.

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  1. I love the recipes and collection of helps that you have in the letter. Thanks/

    1. Oh wow, I seem not to have come across your comment until now BealcA's Pad (lol what a strange name-- whatever were your parents thinking?)... here we are, a year later, and our tomatoes are just as slow this year as they were last year! I think we shall have to try some different planting methods next year! Thank you for your kind comments! All the best, Cynthia