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    Re: Grandmas Salsa

    What, no Cilantro?

    I know some folks don't care for it, so it's optional. I can up a lot of garden salsa every year, and one recommendation I'd make is to use Roma tomatoes if you like a chunky salsa. All meat & minimal juice, so you don't have to simmer it down very long & the chunks stay chunky. Blanch tomatoes in boiling water for a minute & the skins will pop right off.

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    Re: Grandmas Salsa

    thats what I actually do dave other wise its actually too mild for me, gramma was a light weight ;) (love you gram :-* :-*)

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    Re: Grandmas Salsa

    Sounds good, however, I think I'll try diced green chile in place of the green pepper.

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    Grandmas Salsa

    so easy and tastes great!!!

    4 cups diced toms
    1 green pepper diced
    1 lg onion diced
    2 hot peppers or 1 tsp dry pepper
    2 cloves garlic diced
    1/2 cup vinegar
    1 tsp salt
    1 tbl oregano ( heaping)
    1 tbl cumin ( heaping)

    simmer til thick
    2 times this makes 6 pints

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