Making salsa in a blender? Best idea ever.
Let’s be real, most people make salsa with a food processor. But not everyone has a food processor. But a blender? Now we’re talking. Pretty much everyone has a blender. And the WonderMix blender totally proved itself with this recipe!
I just love how easy the WonderMix makes cooking and baking- it’s basically the “throw and mix” method. Always. I throw in the ingredients, turn on the machine, and we’re on our way to a Mexican fiesta
In the past I have done salsas in my Bosch blender, and it works really great too. However, the one thing I like better about the WonderMix blender is that it never leaks (because it is one solid piece, unlike the Bosch blender). Sometimes I don’t get a tight enough seal on my Bosch blender and I end up with a big mess of leakage all over my machine. This problem will never happen with the WonderMix blender. Let’s be honest…I admit that, despite occasional leaking, I do like that you can take the blade out of the Bosch blender to clean it. It’s a little bit harder to clean the WonderMix blender, because you need a long scrub brush or something that can get in underneath the blade. But it’s really only a slight inconvenience–nothing to write home about
- ½ bunch green onions
- ½ can diced green chilies
- 2-3 garlic cloves (or garlic salt to taste)
- ½ c. fresh cilantro (or ¼ c. dry)
- 28 oz. can stewed tomatoes
- Black beans (optional)
- Put onions, chilies, garlic and cilantro in blender. Pulse a couple of times.
- Add tomatoes and beans and pulse a couple of times, to desired consistency.