Some like it hot,
Some like it cold,
Some like it in the pot . . . nine days old.
I just like mine on chips!
Admit it, you either like Salsa or you reject it . . . flat out. I have a four year old Grandson, who would pour it on his cereal in the morning, if you allowed him.
Once a year, we put on Leathers. My leathers don’t flaunt any fringe, but the backside does scream Harley. Only quietly though! We all pack up for a week to 10 day jaunt, in one flexible Harley suitcase that adorns the back of our mean, noisy, reckless bikes. Impossible you say . . . almost! The trick: Put everything into those jumbo sized zip-loc bags, and squeeze the crap out of the bags, so that the oxygen is GONE! It works. Someday, I might even do a tutorial on that process!
What does that have to do with SALSA . . . you ask?
When we got home from one of those butt busting trips, we gathered together to watch a video of all the pictures snapped along the way. One fun neighbor (Gay) made this Salsa, and it did a happy jig on my Taste buds. Well, of course, I asked for the recipe. I figured that it was one of those . . . grow your own tomatoes, smash them, grab the rubber gloves – peppers dance, then bottle it kind of SALSA! I was pleasantly suprised.
This is EASY, SIMPLE . . . and just darn good SALSA, that you can put together in a flash. I have other neighbors whom I also love, that have also brought me SALSA . . . . right to my front door. One neighbor the Mora’s have Mexican heritage, and they bottle DANG GOOD AUTHENTIC SALSA. I think I will have to take them some cookies, and beg for that recipe! Another neighbor, (Jessica) has also brought me PERFECT – NOT TOO HOT – for my tongue SALSA. I need that recipe as well. Heck . . . I grow my own tomatoes!
Back to this recipe . . . It’s just Darn Easy Good!
DARN GOOD SALSA
1 diced Avacado (opt)
1 Jar of Homemade Chili Sauce
*the Brand is actually called Homemade Chili Sauce.
It comes in little round bottles in the grocery store.
2 cans (7-oz) diced green chiles
1 can or bottle Green Chili Salsa (12 to 14-oz.)
*I buy the Areba Fire roasted mexican green salsa – mild or medium
3 to 4 green onions – chopped up
Garlic salt to taste
*I add about 1/2 Tsp.
Mix it all together, and serve with tortilla chips.