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Isaiah Edwards
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PostSubject: Green Salsa   Green Salsa EmptyTue Jun 04, 2013 2:17 am

I LOVE Salsa so i keep trying different brands of Salsa but recently i started making my own Its so much better then store bought stuff Now i am Just Addicted So i thought i would share a Recipe i just love and is Very simple
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6 Tomatillos Husked and Washed
1/4 of an Onion
2 Jalapenos (Depending on how spicy you like it)
1 Garlic Glove
1 Table spoon of Salt
Little bit of water (Depending on how thick you like your salsa)
Put the the Ingredients in a Blender or Chopper (I Used a Magic Bullet) Start Chopping till it becomes salsa  Smile
It Taste best if its been in the Fridge for a few hours

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