If you remember from THIS POST, my sis and I went to Costco and tried Taboule. We became obsessed quickly. My bank account didn’t like my obsession and so I was determined to make it on my own.
I think I may have a problem because this recipe yields close to 10 cups and I made my second batch in three days today.
I don’t know why I have a guilty look on my face. Oh yeah, a few minutes earlier Billy caught me using my finger to dig out the goods from his jar of pb.
This would be the final product. It is heavenly. Next batch I will put in a cup and just drink the dang stuff. I use it for salads, when I need a spoonful of happiness, chips obviously, dip veggies into it….you could use it on a sandwich or anything that you wanted!
Recipe adapted from Allrecipes.com
I may have gone a little crazy with the food processor and the beautiful tomatoes at the store (these are just my excuse for not having friends and staying home all day) and made some homemade salsa using MEGAN’S RECIPE!!!!
I made tuna wraps and they were heavenly. Everything tastes better with homemade salsa.
Yeah so my nice camera is in the shop getting fixed (I guess it isn’t a good idea to take a DSLR into a sand storm) and so you are going to have to deal with my point and shoot that I have no idea how to use. Learn from my mistakes and treat nice things like they are nice (the camera store guy gave me a 20 minute lecture and I have learned my lesson).
Do you like to recreate store-made/restaurant recipes? What is a recent recipe that you have made and LOVED?
Do you go through baking/caking kicks?
-Now that I don’t have school I just want to cook all day. Anyone hiring a personal chef?
Hot, medium or mild salsa?
-I like mine hot but Billy says what I call hot is just medium so I guess MEDIUM:)