My sister inspired me to make a green salsa similar to how you would make one by roasting tomatillos, but using all green tomatoes instead. This is a tangy and fresh tasting salsa using fresh lime juice and cilantro. Change the peppers and spices to your liking! Serve with tortilla chips or as a topping for chicken or fish.
This salsa is so easy to throw together on days when you already have the smoker going. Tweak it to your preferred heat level by leaving some or all of the jalapeno seeds in for a spicier salsa! The longer you let the salsa sit, the better it becomes. I like to use hickory wood, but fruit woods also work great.
An easy, quick and delicious recipe that you can make with items you more than likely have. This corn salsa is so versatile that it can be served as a dip or as a cold side dish.
A simple salsa that is sweet and just mildly spicy. This is made with watermelon, Anaheim pepper, onion and balsamic vinegar. Hotter chilies can be substituted for more spice.
A sweet and spicy topping for most grilled, baked, or broiled meats. It’s especially tasty on grilled halibut and chicken.
This is one of my most requested recipes. People who don’t like avocado, red onion, or spicy food love this corn salsa.
A quick, easy meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Egg substitute scrambled and served with salsa, red onion, and fresh cilantro. You could use real eggs, if you prefer.
It took me almost a year to get this exactly the way I like it. Enjoy!
Great with chips or on grilled anything.
This is a recipe that I made up one night with a friend. We put it over mahi-mahi, but it would work well over grilled chicken breast. Enjoy!