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Looking for a quick and easy salsa recipe? Try this 10 Second Salsa that’s ready in a flash. It’s made with fresh ingredients and packed with flavor, it’s perfect for last-minute snacks or condiment with your favorite dishes. Add this one to your last-minute recipe box today!
This is a great salsa recipe. It’s not just simple but also tastes great. The best part is you can make it in 10 seconds!
Most of the items in this salsa are standard in my pantry/refrigerator.
By keeping these items on hand, I am always prepared to whip up this quick and delicious salsa, whether it’s for a snack with some chips and guacamole or as a condiment to pair with meals like Grilled Shrimp Tacos or Tex Mex Pulled Pork.
Honestly, in the age of home delivery grocery services, even if you don’t have these ingredients on hand you can still make this delicious recipe.
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Ingredients Needed to Make This Easy Salsa
*THE COMPLETE RECIPE WITH EXACT MEASUREMENTS CAN BE FOUND IN THE RECIPE CARD BELOW
How to Make 10-Second Salsa
To make this salsa all you need to do is place the tomatoes on the bottom of your chopper.
Then add the red onion, jalapeño pepper, garlic, cilantro, lemon juice, and seasonings. In that order.
Pulse for about 10 seconds and you will have a delicious and fat-free salsa.
This can be served with chips, on tacos, or with your favorite chicken or fish dishes. There are so many possibilities.
I hope you will give this quick salsa recipe a try and let me know what you think.
Questions about this Salsa Recipe:
Why is my salsa foamy?
If the salsa may become a bit foamy don’t worry, this is normal. The foam comes from tiny air bubbles created in the chopper. You can eliminate the foam by gently patting the top of the salsa with a paper towel.
What if my salsa is too watery?
If you find your salsa is too watery just pour it into a mesh strainer to release some of the extra juice.
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10 Second Salsa
- 1 pint of cherry tomatoes
- 3 cloves garlic more if you like
- 1/4 red onion
- 1/4 piece Jalapeno Pepper more if desired
- Cilantro handful
- Juice from one lime
- Salt and pepper to taste *
- Place ingredients in the mini chopper as follows: tomatoes on the bottom, then the peppers, onion, garlic, cilantro and lime juice. Pulse until you reach desired consistency.
- It should take about 10 seconds of pulsing.
- Turn out into a bowl and serve with your favorite snacks or top onto your favorite dishes.
If the salsa has too much liquid you can drain it over a mesh strainer for a few seconds.
To get rid of air bubbles at the top of the salsa, blot it with a paper towel.
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