Oh man, I’m so sorry, y’all. Finals and graduations (unfortunately not mine) and working and moving completely usurped my spring, leaving me with no time to blog. But good news! I have a new, adorable house, a new, adorable boyfriend, and a new, adorable kitten.
I’m sure you can tell which is the most important 😉
Since I haven’t posted in forever I think y’all deserve a special treat. I’m going to share my super-secret, super-awesome, super-yummy recipe for salsa.
My dad had a garden when I was younger, and he would grow squash, peppers, tomatoes, green beans, corn, and more. We would always have an abundance of yellow squash, which my mom would make into an extremely unappetizing casserole of squash, milk, bread, and cheese that I still give her a hard time for. But more importantly, we had plenty of tomatoes, the main ingredient in salsa, and my favorite ingredient, cilantro.
Because of the garden and my Tex-Mex upbringing, I prefer salsas that are chunky, flavorful, and spicy. So I developed this recipe, and it hasn’t failed me yet.
HOWEVER! This time I left the base recipe the same but threw in a mango, and it was absolutely phenomenal.