Tomato Chili Salsa
Tomato Chili Salsa doesn't just go really well with spanish delicacies like "Papas arrugadas" (Canarian wrinkly potatoes) or "Patatas Bravas" (potato-tapas with spicy tomato sauce), it's also a great addition to crispy sweet potato fries, wedges, chips or other hefty meals!
If you are looking for a classical, non-spicy tomato-salsa, you just have to ignore the chili pepper in this recipe and swap the fresh coriander with fresh parsley! 🙂
- Wash tomatoes, cut them into quarters, remove seeds and chop into small cubes. Peel the onion and cut into small pieces.
- Wash fresh coriander, shake dry, remove leaves from the branch and chop finely. (If you don't like coriander, go for parsley instead!) Wash chili pepper, cut into small rings (remove seeds if you feel like it) and chop finely.
- Mix everything with lemon juice and olive oil and season with salt and pepper.
- Garnish with coriander or parsley and serve.