Every Friday, this is what we make at home. Salsa! as a part of junk night. My family and I enjoy the salsa from the farmers market and we secretly want to recreate the flavors and taste, like the farmers wife. In our various experiments we liked using the food processor to make the salsa to get the perfect texture. My nephew wanted to shoot his video of the salsa making process and we made our second video this weekend. Sometimes, it is hard to do video blogging because, by the time the salsa is prepared, there are a zillion people trying to taste it and we had to shoo everyone away to click some photos. It was a lot of fun working with my nephew who is full of ideas.
Measuring cups and spoons
Cherry Tomato -1 tub
Garlic - 4 pods
White Onions - 1/2 medium
Jalapeno and Serrano Chillies - 1 each
Honey - 1 tsp
Cilantro - 1/4 of a bunch with stock ( adjust this if you are not fond of cilantro)
Lemon Juice - 1 tsp
1. In a food processor add tomatoes, chillies, garlic and give it a few buzz's in the food processor.
2. Add the onions, salt, cilantro, ( I like to add the stock of the cilantro because it gives a lot of flavor and my family loves cilantro) honey( smear the tsp with some oil before adding honey, it will come off clean), lemon juice and give it a buzz.
3. Serve with chips.