Sunday, May 23, 2010

My new favorite salsa...courtesy of Whitewater Cooks.

My newest cookbook is chockfull of healthy and tasty recipes.
I am experimenting with more vegetarian dishes as I will be making some meals for my son and his wife when she has the baby in a few weeks.

I made this salsa and I believe it is the best salsa I have ever made!
It is a recipe that takes some time but it does make 4 cups,
 so I was not daunted by the task.

The ingredients are not exotic or hard to find.
They are full of wonderful colour.

Cilantro and red onion chopped.

Frozen niblet corn 2 cups
 with a large seeded red pepper, 
a wee bit of olive oil and brown sugar 
stir to coat
roast 20 minutes at 350 degrees in a roasting pan.

Dice the red pepper = 1 cup.

Zest and juice from 2 limes
a teaspoon of cumin and a teaspoon of chili powder and mix.

Homemade Bungalow salsa meet the Whitewater Cooks Salsa!
Shall we dance?


  1. Love your recipe posts Hostess... Nice and easy to follow too - what will you serve this with? I am imagining the possibilities are endless.. yum... thank you. x

  2. That looks like an amazing salsa, Hostess! I love the colour.

    SSG xxx

  3. Your daughter in law is a very fortunate young woman:).

  4. Semi Expat...I am planning to serve it tonight with would be great in a fish taco too!

    LPC-I am the lucky one here!

  5. I love all salsas. I wonder if the secret ingredient in this one is the sugar, which would heighten a caramelized taste.

  6. It was very tasty...maybe the sugar but I think the roasting elevated the flavours....I am going to make this again and again!