Step 1: Equipment
a bowl OR the plastic cup that comes with the stick blender
Step 2: Ingredients
1 clove of garlic
1/4 of an onion
NM green chili (If you can't get it substitute some other type of chili) A jalapeno will do.
a pinch of salt
Step 3: Instructions
Toss in the garlic clove, 1-2 roasted green chiles and the quarter onion.
Add a pinch of salt.
Step 4: Blend
When you stop is up to you- if you like chunky salsa stop earlier, it doesn't take much. If you go too far you've got gazpacho!
It takes about a minute to make this salsa. The best part is you can make small batches rather then having it go bad in your refrigerator. It's also a fraction of what a pre-made salsa costs in the store($4.50). Everything came out of my garden so it's hard to estimate cost but if I had purchased the ingredients I'm guessing it would have cost me about $1.50- 2.00.
If you like this recipe come on over to my blog where my husband, Mike, and I tinker around our mini-farm (AKA our backyard).