Today, I'm bringing you salsa. I know. It's October and not at all an appropriate time to post a salsa recipe. Most gardens are spent and the weather is getting cooler every day. I guess I am throwing caution to the wind today! This salsa recipe came from the last remnants of my garden that needed to be used up; green tomatoes, red tomatoes and chili peppers that made it this long in the season deserved to be showcased in a delicious way.
The process was simple. I roughly chopped the tomatoes, peppers, and onions and dry roasted them under the broiled for about 10 minutes until everything had nicely charred edges and deep color. Then, everything went in the food processor with some lime juice and salt. A few pulses and seasoning adjustments and it was ready for all manner of tortilla chips and margaritas.
If you have a party to attend (and forgot that you were supposed to bring something) this is a great solution. Fast, easy, homemade, and a crowd favorite.