{Recipe} “White Girl” Salsa with Gourmet Garden

For those of you who have been following along I shared with you my what I call my “White Girl” Salsa!  I call it this simply because I am a white girl and I have absolutely no Hispanic heritage!!! I was craving my salsa in the worst way,  I had just about all the ingredients and DID NOT want to go to the store.  I had the tomatoes, peppers and onions NO garlic or cilantro but wait!!!  What did I receive in the mail a week or 2 ago???  Yup that’s right a cooler filled with these amazing herbs an spices!!!  Look there is Garlic AND Cilantro!  YAY!  I could now make my salsa without having make a trip to the grocery store!!!

Gourmet Garden Herbs and Spices @ pinkcakeplate.com #recipe

Here is a pic of what I put in my Salsa!!

Its a pretty simple recipe and turned out great using the Gourmet Garden Cilantro and Garlic!!  I love that these keep in your fridge for 3 months!!

Add your favorite chips and enjoy your easy peasy salsa!

I have been using this for salad dressing on my salads and it is yummy!!

"White Girl" Salsa
  • • ½ large SWEET onion
  • • 2 T Gourmet Garden Cilantro
  • • 1 T Gourmet Garden Chunky Garlic
  • • 1 jalapeno pepper
  • • 1 Serrano pepper
  • • 1 cans of Ro-Tel
  • • 1 can of petit tomatoes
  1. Place the onion in the food processor and pulse until the onion is in small pieces and the cilantro was sufficiently chopped!!
  2. I seeded the peppers and placed in the food processor and pulsed again until the pepper was chopped in small pieces.
  3. Add the 2 cans of tomatoes, garlic pulse until pieces are small.
  4. Add the cilantro and pulse once more until sufficiently mixed.
  5. Pour into bowl and serve with your favorite chips or use as salad dressing!!!

Here is your printable recipe!!

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