Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Easy Winter Salsa ---bonus raw chili
2Lg cans Diced Tomatos
1-2 Whole Jalapenos - spicy
(remove stem, seeds and membranes - mild)
bunch Cilantro (handful)
1-2 Limes (juice)
sea salt & pepper
1. In a blender - dice jalapenos, garlic, some tomatos and some cilantro.
Blend until finely chopped (no large pieces) place in a glass or metal bowl.
2. In the blender - pulse the rest of the tomatos, onions, and the rest of the cilantro. (pulse till desired thickness) Add to bowl.
3. Season with lime juice (and/or zest - your call) salt & pepper,
If too acidic add a TBLs. of raw honey
This will taste best after a few hours sitting in the fridge.
BONUS RECIPE: Raw-ish Chili
Grab some black beans (canned) drain and heat. Pour into a bowl, Cover in fresh cold salsa. Add a pinch or two of cumin. Stir.
- you could use a different bean too.
Makes a great lunch, but split it in two and you could easily get a couple snacks out of it. I like to up the raw veggie factor by adding fresh dice tomatoes, green chillies, avocados, cilantro or mangos etc.
Could be used in corn totillas as a filling if you tolerate corn. Lettuce wraps are a great alternative to tortillas. Of course all the usual suspects: cheese, corn, tortilla chips, sour cream etc. if you are not avoiding these foods. but I just love it in the bowl covered in yummy avocado...so good!