When the tomatoes started rolling in through my CSA basket, I knew I wanted to make fresh salsa this year. It isn't something I make very often, but it really is a crowd favorite. People can't help noshing themselves silly on chips and salsa. Often times, I am tempted to bring elaborate dishes to get-togethers, but the simple approach of a mason jar full of salsa and a bag of organic corn chips goes well for all involved - very little prep, no cooking and the reaction when you say "I brought salsa!" is always happy. Of course, if you're going to demolish a jar of salsa all by yourself, I won't judge. Just make sure you drink beer or tequila while you do.
Tomato Peach Salsa
makes 1 pint (mason jar) - this is a mild and sweet salsa. feel free to add a jalapeno for some heat.
2 medium tomatoes, cored
1 peach, flesh removed from pit
1 handful cilantro
juice of 1 lime
1/2 white onion (the fresher the better)
kosher salt & pepper to taste
Chop tomatoes, peaches and onions into large chunks. Then, blend all ingredients (I used an immersion blender). Add salt & pepper to taste. Serve with organic, non-GMO corn chips.