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    Default Chi Chi's Mild Salsa

    1 can sliced-style stewed tomatoes - (14 oz)
    2 large green onions -- snipped finely
    with scissors
    1 large ripe tomato -- cored, diced
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1/2 teaspoon freshly-ground black pepper
    1 dash Tabasco -- to taste

    Cut up stewed tomatoes and combine in saucepan with onions, fresh tomato,
    salt and pepper. Bring just to a boil. Boil hard 1 minute and remove at
    once from heat.

    Put half of mixture through blender just to mince finely. Return to
    remaining half of mixture.

    Cool and refrigerate in tightly covered container to use within a few

    weeks. Freezes well to use within 6 months.

    For hot salsa, add 1 teaspoon canned green chopped chiles or jalape�os,
    freezing unused chiles to use in other recipes.

    This recipe yields ?? servings.

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    Default Re: Chi Chi's Mild Salsa

    We used to buy Chi Chi's Salsa in the Medium and Mild versions and put them in food processor to make smooth. Then we would heat it in microwave and eat with tortilla chips. Can't wait to try this and do the same. YUM!
    Carol B

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    Default Re: Chi Chi's Mild Salsa

    This sounds soo good. Now I have to wait for the tomatoes to ripen..
    JoAnn
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