For years we have enjoyed eating Mexican food in our hometown of Delano. One favorite is Lupe’s Restaurant, known for the homemade tortillas and the salsa fresca served with every dish.
“Salsa fresca” is simply a fresh, raw, tomato salsa.
As you make salas fresca, keep in mind two important points:
Check out this salsa fresca recipe on YouTube, watch below, or scroll down for written instructions.
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Surely you can go dancing when eating this :p
The red color is so bright! Can’t imagine how spicy it is
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