Easy Salsa Recipe!

Easy Salsa Recipe from TheFrugalGirls.com

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I’ve got a recipe for you that you’re going to love… it’s salsa, and it’s simple… it’s Simply Salsa!   Honestly ~ you’re going to LOVE this Easy Salsa Recipe!




I tried this salsa at my friend Kristee’s house, and it was so yummy. She passed along the recipe, and I truly can’t believe how easy it is! Give it a try and see what you think…

What You’ll Need:

  • 2 Cans Mexican Style Stewed Tomatoes
  • 1 Can Original Ro-Tel {Hot Ro-Tel can be substituted}
  • 1 Clove of Garlic, crushed
  • 3 Green Onions, chopped
  • Handful of Cilantro {more to taste}
  • 1/2 Small White or Yellow Onion, chopped

What You’ll Do:

Combine all ingredients {excluding the Ro-Tel} in a food processor or blender.

Pulse until well blended, then transfer to a bowl.

Add in Ro-Tel…

Stir… and voila ~ you’re done!
Wait… you’re not done yet,
you need some chips to go along with that!
Okay… now you’re done. Enjoy!
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27 Responses to Easy Salsa Recipe!

  1. Keri Lyn @ She Saved says:

    Heidi! I just found your blog and I love it… I really love your "about me" …
    and I really enjoy your recipes…so I will be back for more, but I just wanted to say hello and let you know how much I enjoyed my time on your site!! Gotta run … in the interest of NOT keeping my kids up until midnight, we are celebrating midnight at 11…which is soon ;)
    Happy New Year!! Keri Lyn

  2. fashionfrugality says:

    YUM! I made this last night and we LOVED it! Thank you so much! :)

  3. Katie says:

    That looks so good! I love salsa, I'm going to try this one out!

  4. Lisa@BlessedwithGrace says:

    My recipe is very similar. I also add 2 tomatillos to mine. It does not add heat, just more flavor. Thanks for linking to TMTT.

  5. I have never made salsa before, but I think now is the time! Looks great!

  6. Melissa says:

    It’s like Mexican restaurant salsa. Looks yummy! Thanks!

  7. Susan says:

    This is an AMAZING recipe..make it all the time thank you

  8. Angela says:

    This sounds fabulous & easy, gonna try it! So few inexpensive ingredients, may have to keep some Ro-Tel a staple. : ) My only suggestion since I too love fresh salsa… try adding some lime. Gives salsa a yummy zing & keeps in fresher longer.
    Angela

  9. Margie says:

    What is Ro-Tel? I have never heard of it.

  10. Heidi says:

    Hi Margie!

    Ro-Tel is a brand of Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies added. If you can’t find Ro-Tel, you can just use a 10 oz. can of Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies. :)

    ~ Heidi

  11. sharon says:

    I make my own salsa with a can chili ready diced tomatoes and a can of Ro-Tel diced tomatoes with lime juice & cilantro and Ro-Tel diced tomatoes with habaneros ( hot!!) OR Ro-Tel diced tomatoes with green chilies. I add chopped garlic ( I used 2 cloves). The Ro-Tel are the 10 oz size and the chili ready is a 14.5 oz can.

  12. cheryl says:

    I love this website, since I ve been unemployed, its nice to find ways to save money

  13. Beth Karhu says:

    Thanks Kristee. :)

  14. Gwen says:

    Love your site! Today I have made the Freezer Jam and the Salsa!
    I am wondering…can you freezer the Salsa as you would the Jam?

  15. Katie says:

    I’m wondering if this recipe can be canned. How would I go about doing that? Would the ingredients need to be boiled before going into the jars for sterilization? Or would the hot water bath do that? Please help! I love this recipe and would like to make it in bulk and can, but I’m a beginner-canner and am not sure. Thanks!

  16. Heidi says:

    Gwen ~ I have never tried freezing this salsa… if you do, let me know how it turns out!

    Katie ~ for salsa canning tips, read through the comments on this post here:

    http://thefrugalgirls.com/2010/08/ask-your-frugal-friends-how-do-you-can-salsa.html

    ~ Heidi ;)

  17. Christie says:

    Thank you sooo much for posting this recipe. I have made it several times and tweek it a little more each time. It is so good! I love your site, and the recipe section is by far my favorite, thanks for all you do!

  18. Christie says:

    By the way I double the Salsa recipe and I do freeze it. It works just fine!!

  19. Chrissy says:

    Hi! I make a similar recipe, except I like mine a little chunky. So I put everything in a pot and simmer it on the stove for a while. It gives it a really good flavor and softens up the onions. Then I just let it cool, put it in jars, and put in the fridge.
    P.s. I love your site Heidi!

  20. Sandy says:

    I’m Canadian…and have no idea what Ro-Tel is for making the
    salsa. Can someone please give me some idea as to what this is.
    Thanks
    Sandy

    • Heidi says:

      Hi Sandy,

      Ro-Tel is a brand of Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies added. If you can’t find Ro-Tel, you can just use a 10 oz. can of Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies. Hope that helps! ;)

      ~ Heidi

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