Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Fresh Salsa

While weeding and plucking some fresh veggies the other day, I had a handful of yellow tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, an Anaheim pepper and an onion. Hmmmm, how about a fresh salsa for Dude's lunch?

This has to be the most simple thing to throw together. And I made it up as I went. I have a recipe I use in the winter for canned ingredients, so I used the same premise to make the fresh version.

Fresh Salsa
1 yellow tomato
5 cherry tomatoes
1 pepper, your choice
1 small onion (pearl onion sized)
olive oil
fresh lemon juice

Dice up the yellow tomato. Slice the cherry tomatoes in half. Seed and dice the pepper. Dice onion into small pieces. Place all ingredients in a small bowl. Drizzle about 1 to 2 TBSP olive oil over top. Squeeze half a lemon over the top. Toss with your fingers. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for a couple of hours.

I made a small amount just for Dude to take to work with him. He ate it as a salad with his steak. He said it was mild and refreshing; not hot like the normal salsa I make.

After a day of no sleep after working last night, I'm on my way to be to watch "House Hunters" and go to sleep. Need to find a cheesecake recipe I can make in a cake pan for work. I had a request........


Donna-FFW said...

This looks so pretty. I make something very similar with manogoes, lime, honey, etc/ Salsa are so wonderful because you can make them so many ways. I love this one!!

Katherine Aucoin said...

The colors are so vibrant! Talk about a festive looking salsa and I can imagine how fresh it tastes!

Bob said...

Awesome. I love that you just whipped up one portion on a whim. :)

I made this cheesecake in a cake pan:

It was wicked good.

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Leslie said...

oh how I wish I could grow things. I have a black thumb!!!
Love your salsa

noble pig said...

Fresh is always so much better than canned!

avesta said...

I love using yellow tomatoes in my salsas, too! YUM!!!!

Karine said...

This salsa looks so refreshing! thanks for sharing your recipe :)

Spryte said...

Yum! That looks delish!