I hope you enjoy my version!
What you will need:
Food processor-or get ready for lots of chopping.
4 large or 5 small Roma tomatoes
1 green pepper-use half or the whole thing. Cut into quarters.
1/3 of a large peeled sweet onion
1/2 jalapeno with seeds for spicy and without seeds for mild
8-10 cilantro sprigs (important for flavor!-I use six because hubby is cilantro challenged)
2-3 peeled garlic cloves finely minced, or equivalent garlic powder
1/2 cup fresh off the cob or frozen corn-not canned. If using frozen, do not defrost.
1/2 teaspoon salt
juice of one lime
Wash all vegetables well.
Slice tomatoes in half and with your finger scoop out the seeds and juice-throw seeds and juice out. Throw tomatoes into the food processor.
Slice the green pepper in half, scoop out the seeds, and throw them out with the stem. Quarter it and throw into the food processor.
Slice the 1/3 of an onion in half and throw into the food processor.
Slice the jalapeno and put in as much as you would like. I like mild salsa so I use ½ without seeds.
Break cilantro sprigs in half and throw into the food processor.
Add the remaining items to the food processor and pulse to get the desired consistency.
This recipe makes about 3 cups of salsa-Enough for a couple bags of Tostitos brand scoops!