Fresh Garden Salsa

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2LaneCruzer

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Ok folks, I thought I would share one of my most favorite recipes. I guarantee if you make this when you have guests, they will love it...and you will rarely have any left over. It is best with fresh tomatoes right out of the garden, but in any case, it is simple, and the flavor is wonderful!!! Enjoy!

SALSA


1 pint of chopped tomatoes

1/2 pint of chopped yellow onion

1/2 pint of chopped mixed hot/mild red/green/yellow peppers to taste.

Bottle of Original Wishbone Italian salad dressing.

Garlic to taste

Mix peppers, tomatoes garlic and onions; add enough Wishbone salad dressing to cover generously. Stir slightly; dip with tortilla chips, and stand back. You probably can't make enough. Good luck.
Portions are approximate; mix to your own taste.
 
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downsizingnow48

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Ok folks, I thought I would share one of my most favorite recipes. I guarantee if you make this when you have guests, they will love it...and you will rarely have any left over. It is best with fresh tomatoes right out of the garden, but in any case, it is simple, and the flavor is wonderful!!! Enjoy!

SALSA


1 pint of chopped tomatoes

1/2 pint of chopped yellow onion

1/2 pint of chopped mixed hot/mild red/green/yellow peppers to taste.

Bottle of Original Wishbone Italian salad dressing.

Garlic to taste

Mix peppers, tomatoes garlic and onions; add enough Wishbone salad dressing to cover generously. Stir slightly; dip with tortilla chips, and stand back. You probably can't make enough. Good luck.
Portions are approximate; mix to your own taste.

Sounds great will give it a try!
 
 
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