The Most Amazing Tomato Salsa You’ve Ever Had {Recipe Sunday}

Oh man…this salsa. This salsa is so good. It’s so good that I’m actually nervous about sharing this recipe with you guys. It’s practically a state secret. The funny part is that the recipe is actually pretty basic — no chunks of mango or even a few corn kernels in this baby. This salsa is classic. In the best way possible. One taste of this? And you’ll never choose store-bought again.

My mom used to make this salsa all the time when I was growing up. Camping? Family gatherings? Cookouts? Chilling by the pool? This salsa was there for it all. I used to beg her to make it even more often than she did, because it’s seriously THAT GOOD.

But now that I’m an adult and living by myself, it’s been a really long time since I’ve actually had any. So when a craving hit last night, I asked my mom for the recipe and went to work whipping up a batch immediately. And, oh my god, it was such a good idea. 

 

The Most Amazing Tomato Salsa You've Ever Had

The Most Amazing Tomato Salsa You’ve Ever Had

(Recipe by: Miranda Mowbray)

Ingredients (makes ~4 cups):

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 tsp lime juice

2/3 cup fresh cilantro, minced

1/2 small red onion, minced

kosher salt, to taste

7 roma tomatoes, diced

Directions:

Mix the garlic, lime juice, cilantro, onion, and salt together.

Add the diced tomatoes; stir to combine.

Add more salt if needed.

Enjoy with tortilla chips immediately.

(stays fresh in the fridge, in tupperware, for about 4 days)

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