April 24, 2013

Fresh Salsa {Ninja Edition}

We have had this salsa at our house for the past two nights in a row (a request from my six-year-old twins), and I think we could have it for another ten straight without getting sick of it.  


Honestly, my boys (even my three-year-old) gobble this right up.  They can't get enough of it, and I love how many great vegetable they're getting without really even knowing it.  My husband's also a fan.  I make a lot of dips, and I have to say this one might be one of his favorites.  Every time I make it he comments on how much he loves it.  You can't beat healthy, fresh, and crowd-pleasing for everyone (yes, I love it too) in the family, can you?

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You can use your food processor or blender for this.  I actually came across this recipe in my Ninja recipe book.  Do you have a Ninja?  Have you heard of the Ninja?  You've probably seen them on the TV infomercials before.  I have to say I didn't go out and buy one, but lucky for me, my mom did.  She gave me one several years ago, and now I'm on my third one.  Not because they've quit working, but my mom keeps buying the next model.  The Ninja in the picture above is the one I have now.  It's the Ninja Master Prep.  I LOVE this!  I have a food processor, and I do use it, but this is so small, quick, easy, and the clean up is a breeze.  We use it for this salsa, smoothies (it chops ice like a dream!), shakes, chopping veggies, and so much more.  (Apparently I'm my own infomercial.  I'll stop now.)


Here's the recipe (click on it to print your own).  It's very simple.  Easy ingredients, and with your Ninja (or any other chopping device) it really takes 3-4 pulses, and it's done!  You may want to double it if you're serving a large group.  My family of five easily finishes off one batch in one setting.

BTW, I just checked the Ninja website to see if this salsa recipe was there (it's not), but they have a bunch of others I can't wait to try.  Click here to check them out.

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6 comments:

  1. I've been looking for a good salsa recipe! Pinning it!

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    1. This one is a keeper! I love how fresh of it! Thanks so much for visiting. Come back anytime!

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    1. Hey, Diana. That is a great word to sum this salsa up with. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and comment. Happy Monday!

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  3. Yum! I love fresh salsa, and make mine very similar to yours :) I'd love for you to come link up this and some of your other projects at my new party!
    http://www.firsthomelovelife.com/2013/05/house-party-1-b-y-o-p.html

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  4. Oh yum! This looks delish. Thanks for linking up to Give Me The Goods Monday! Hope to see you again next week ;)
    Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com

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