3 Step Mild Restaurant Style Salsa

Okay, so I already told you that I love chips. Specifically – tortilla chips. You also probably read about the delicious microwaveable Queso. But what about salsa? I’ll admit it I’m pretty partial to what I’ll eat. Pace is okay, it’s just essentially tomato paste. Sadies (which is made in New Mexico), specifically the hot kind of traditional – that’s where its at. But when you live in a place that doesn’t have access to this fantastic brand I have a really quick and easy 3 Step Mild Restaurant Style Salsa recipe to share!

Believe it or not this is actually a recipe that my family has only used for a few years. My grandmother passed it along once we had decided that it was pretty gosh dang delicious. Now, it is MILD. I’m sure if you wanted it too be hotter you can make alterations, but for those of you that don’t live within our state or have lots of little ones that aren’t sure about the whole hot food thing yet – this is a great addition. Plus, with the Superbowl coming up soon this is actually incredibly quick and takes about ten minutes to make. Which, after doing the flight of the bumble bee around your home to entertain guests Sunday afternoon is a definite seller!

You’ll need to start by de-seeding and de-veining your jalepeno and poblano pepper. Then you’ll chop them up!


Once you’re done you’ll just put these guys in a blender (I got to use mom’s ninja and it was GREAT!)

Introduce a 29 oz can of petite diced tomatoes (yes the whole thing).

Chunk up an onion and add that. Next, sprinkle some minced garlic on top.

Use a blender or food processor to make the salsa the consistency you would like.

Serve with chips and Enjoy!

What are some of your favorite quick recipes for gatherings or to go with Mexican Food?

3 Step Mild Restaurant Style Salsa


  • 1 Poblano Pepper
  • 1 Jalepeno Pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon of Minced Garlic
  • 29 oz Can of Diced Petite Tomatoes
  • 1 Chunked up Onion


  1.  De-seed and De-vein poblano and jalepeno pepper. Dump into blender/food processor.
  2. Pour 29 oz Can of Diced Petite Tomatoes into food processor.
  3. Chop onion and add 1 Onion and 1/2 teaspoon of Minced Garlic.
  4. Enjoy on Superbowl Sunday!

Thanks for reading!



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