5 Reviews

This salsa is excellent. I used vine tomatos because I like them better than the roma. I added extra Jalepeno peppers so mind was nice a spicy. That method of melting the salt with the lime is the key. Thanks for sharing.

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Chef babydrum July 06, 2008

I loved this recipe. It was like my grandma's when I was a kid. I am glad I found this! And the guacamole recipe is great too.

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Rogers & Hammerstein November 17, 2007

Thank you for sharing Bud. The salsa was good. Salty, tart, spicy and refreshing.

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Baby Kato June 04, 2006

I hesitated doing this method...but it came out perfect!! I'm very pleased with the results! The 'salsa' is delicious! Thank you! I will forever do the salt and lime technique :))

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katie in the UP May 29, 2006

This is almost the same way my Mexican mother-in-law taught me to make pico de gallo. She uses vinegar instead of lime, but I like the flavor of lime. She also adds a couple of tablespoons of olive oil, which I also do. I think this tastes best freshly made because the salt pulls the liquid out of the tomatoes and changes their texture if left overnight, but that's my personal preference. This is a simple, authentic recipe that is fresh tasting and delicious. It's great on tacos.

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kokeshi doll May 27, 2006
Homer's Traditional Pico De Gallo