Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Yummy Salsa!

Hello Everyone!

This week has flown by and been super, busy, crazy!  I have 2 of my nieces from Utah staying with us until tomorrow and have been having a blast with them!  7 kids 14 and under has been FUN!  They have been swimming, peach picking, hanging out at the mall, and going to the Science Museum.  We haven't had this much activity all Summer!!

I canned my first batch of salsa last week!  SUPER YUMMY!!  I wanted to share the recipe with you guys!


Click HERE for the recipe!

16 comments:

  1. How fun Robyn!! I've been canning salsa this summer, too---15 pints already and more waiting for me this weekend!! Glad you are having a fun time!!

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  2. That's awesome Missy!! I made 15 pints my first day and then 12 more on Saturday!! I scored a box of canning veggies for only $10 for the 2nd batch!! We are going through it soooo fast and giving it to friends, too!

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  3. Sounds like loads of fun with the kids! Glad you're enjoying them and I hope your nieces enjoy their stay -- I'm sure they have!!!

    Went over to check out the salsa recipe -- looks delicious; I'll have to give a try when I have some time. It'll be wonderful not to have to buy the store-bought stuff as my hubby goes through tons of it!!! LOL!

    Thanks for sharing, my friend!

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  4. Robyn, I've been looking for a good Salsa recipe and will have to check out both yours and Missy's. According to dh you can never have enough Salsa...for him the hotter the better. I'm a mild Salsa girl.

    Thanks for the recipe. I don't like to cook but will at least attempt it...lol...thanks.

    Have a great week!
    Dee B

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  5. between you and Missy I have some great recipies. This canning thing is a bit overwhelming, but I know I can do it, I watched my grandmother do it for years.
    Happy Summer Roybn!

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  6. Yummy! Sounds like you are having a blast! :)

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  7. I don't think salsa would last long in my house I would have to make gallons LOL

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  9. Looks Good! My family and I have canned about 45 quarts of tomatoes,7 quarts of pickled okra and some tomato juice. Oh, and I forgot we canned some pickles. LOL

    Have a nice visit with you family!

    Tammy Hancock

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  10. Love this, so glad you enjoyed the recipe and made a huge batch!! Thanks for sharing with your readers.

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  11. Would love to see a video on how you can. I remember as a kid doing it from a family friend. she and I would make jam but I have forgot how.

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  12. Girl, you have a houseful! That sounds like a blast. If they were here i'd have them pick blackberries and then make blackberry pies! MMM I should like Homer and I am making myself hungry! LOL Your salsa looks incredible!!! XOXO, Julie. :0)

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  13. Be careful - once you have made homemade salsa you'll never be able to go back to the store bought stuff. Delish!

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  14. ooooo, I love salsa...confession...my dh & I had chips and salsa as dinner tonight. Sometimes we are just not hungry enough for a big meal. Fresh homemade salsa is the best! Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  15. We need a my pink stamper cookbook with all your yummy recipes in it. Just an idea. I would buy one!

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