Frozen Salsa

 As always when we have our garden we have things coming off faster than we can eat them so we have onions, jalapenos and tomatoes that came off last week so it is salsa time. However, we already have salsa coming out our ears also so I am doing freezer salsa so that when we run out we grab a bag out of the freezer and we are ready to go and nothing from the garden went to waste.

13 chopped tomatoes
2 large white onions c hopped
2 jalapenos with seeds chopped
1/4 cup cilantro
3/4 cup red whine vinegar
1 tbs salt
3/4 tbs red pepper flakes
1/4 tsp cumin powder
1/2 tsp chili powder
1/2 tsp oregano
1/4 tsp garlic powder



Throw all of this in a large pot and cook on low for about an hour or until everything is cooked down.


Cool everything completely. Place in food processor if you don’t like chunky salsa. I like to get a plastic cup and put a baggie in it then fill it up.


It makes less mess and I don’t need 14 hands to put something in a Ziploc. Fill them half full and then throw in the freezer. Pull it out when you need salsa and thaw. If you would like to eat it right away put it in the fridge and let it cool off. It will get hotter as it sets.





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