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I love salsa. Like l.o.v.e. it, you guys. I put it on everything; eggs, baked potatoes, salads…mixed with guacamole, and of course to dip with tortilla chipsing
It’s almost football party season (yes, such a thing exists – at least in our house), and this salsa will score you major points with your fave football loving peeps! Or your salsa loving peeps. Or just…your peeps, in general.
This past football season, Jason and a group of our friends played in a fantasy league together, and Jason was the commissioner. As the commissioner, I was told we had to have a playoff party in a few weeks…as well as another party for the Big Game. It’s a good thing Jason is cute…
For both parties, I plan to make this quick + easy blender salsa. It’s simple (hence the name), clean with fresh ingredients, and can be made ahead of time. Anything I can make in advance, that can stay fresh is alright in my
playbook <— I know little about football, but I know enough to get by #thankyouverymuch
To keep both of our upcoming parties simple, I plan to use fresh ingredients and go-to staples found in my pantry. You’ll always find several cans of Hunt’s Tomatoes and a can or three of Ro*TEL – both of these brands are regular items at Casa de Crews – they’re perfect for a big pot of chili, pasta sauce, or quick + easy blender salsa. Pro tip: store your homemade salsa in a mason jar for up to five days before serving. This can be the first recipe you make for the Big Game, but the last thing you have to even think about.
Keep decor simple with a few little items to get the point across – though we know besides the game, it’s all about the food…and the commercials!
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- 1 14.5-ounce can Hunt's Tomatoes - Fire Roasted
- 1 10-ounce can Ro*TEL mild
- 1/4 cup red onion, diced
- 1 - 1 1/2 cups fresh cilantro
- 1 jalapeno, seeds removed and diced
- 1 garlic clove
- 1 lime, juiced
- 1 tsp cumin
- Kosher salt and pepper, to taste
- To a blender or food processor add all ingredients. Pulse several times to combine all ingredients.
- Add additional salt, pepper and/or lime juice according to taste.
- Chill at least one hour.
- Can be stored up to 7 days in a mason jar, refrigerated.
Find your next can of Hunt’s Tomatoes, Ro*TEL, and fresh produce at Walmart and other retailers in your area.
Watching the Big Game? How do you plan to tackle your game day menu?