FAST and EASY Canned Salsa recipe made with diced tomatoes! Just add green peppers and onions to this simple recipe and you’ll have a delicious chunky salsa ready to serve in minutes! This canned salsa recipe tastes just like the salsa at your favorite Mexican restaurant!
It happens to us all. We’re out of tomatoes so we can’t make Fresh Tomato Salsa from our garden. Maybe we need salsa for a get together. Maybe we need it for a recipe. Maybe we’re just craving it with some chips. I’m here to help save the day by letting you know that you can make great tasting salsa with canned tomatoes!
Let’s check out this easy diced tomato salsa recipe that you’re going to love!
Canned Tomato Salsa
All you need to do is open up the can of diced tomatoes (these are always my favorite canned tomatoes), cut up a onion and green pepper, and then throw all the ingredients in your food processor. Give it a few pulses and you have delicious salsa ready to serve! I told you guys it was simple!
This salsa is delicious and can fight with the best of them in terms of a salsa battle. So grab a bag of tortilla chips and meet me in the kitchen for some Canned Diced Tomato Salsa!
Canned Salsa Recipe
You might be surprised by how fresh this salsa tastes. When I made it I kept getting compliments and questions about if all the ingredients were homegrown. Alongside the diced tomatoes this recipe calls for fresh green peppers and onions so there’s a great fresh crunch that happens when you take a bite!
Hope you enjoy this salsa made with canned diced tomatoes!
And if you’re looking for a fresh salsa recipe, check out my garden salsa!
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- 2 14.5 ounce cans of diced tomatoes
- 1/2 onion diced
- 1/4 cup green pepper diced
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- pepper to taste
- 3 tablespoons fresh cilantro
- pinch of red pepper flakes
- Put all ingredients in food processor and pulse a few times. Start out with 3 pulses and then decide what consistency you want from there. Pulse more for a wet salsa, pulse less for a thick salsa.