Any time Jim Sanders brings his acclaimed salsa to the office, it’s cause for a celebration! Our staff Cinco de Mayo nacho bar was such an occasion, when he made a large batch and agreed to share the recipe. For your own Cinco de Mayo and other summer meals … we’d highly encourage trying “Jim’s Famous Salsa!” Jim says the mixture is actually the result of a “recipe swap” with a neighbor. “I gave him my creamed corn recipe and I got the salsa,” he says. “Every batch is different . . . that’s what makes it fun.”
- One can crushed tomatoes
- 6-8 fresh chopped tomatoes
- One large chopped white onion
- One bunch chopped green onion
- Cilantro to taste
- Serrano pepper to taste
- Crushed red pepper to taste
- Salt to taste
- Lawry’s seasoned pepper to taste
- Lawry’s garlic salt to taste
- Add everything together in a bowl and use a handheld blender to adjust the consistency.
- If you like it hot: Add more crushed red pepper, and/or Tabasco sauce.