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Salsa Restaurant Style

Salsa Restaurant Style

My younger sister, who was in high school at the time, worked as a hostess for a popular Mexican eatery known for its famous chips and salsa. She ate buckets of salsa, as she loved it so much. The distinct aroma of salsa that lingered in her summer home is still etched into our minds. For years, she’s been nudging me to come up with a recipe reminiscent of that salsa, and with this one, I believe I’ve nailed it. You can make it quickly and easily. Blend whole tomatoes with onions, cilantro, garlic, and spices. In just 10 minutes, you’ll have a delicious homemade salsa similar to the one served at your favorite Mexican and Tex-Mex restaurants. My sister gave it her seal of approval after tasting this version. She declared it to be a keeper.

What You’ll Need To Make Restaurant-Style Salsa

You’ll see that the recipe calls for Mexican oregano. You can find this spice in the spice section at most supermarkets. It is part of the McCormick Gourmet range. This is not regular oregano. If you can’t find it, marjoram makes a better…

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