Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Apple Salsa Recipe


Hurry!  Before all the local apples are gone, make this great recipe from Denise of The BURNT Shop.


6 cups cored apples (leave the skin)
1 large red pepper cut into qtrs
1 medium yellow onion
1 med jalape├▒o (add seeds for spicy or leave them out for mild)
Zest and juice of 2 lg limes
1/2 tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp ground black pepper

1 Bunch finely chopped scallions (keep separate)

Process apples and lime in a food processor until well combined but still slightly chunky...set aside.
Process yellow onion and peppers with seasonings until well combined.

Mix the 2 batches together in a large bowl and add finely sliced scallions.
Keeping the batches separate just helps to preserve the colors so the salsa looks's not critical.

This will keep well for over a week.

It does not can well because it loses it's crisp yumminess but the flavor will still be great.

This is a great salsa for all those fall gatherings because you can make a huge batch and everyone will be asking you for the recipe...try it paired with grilled chicken and roasted sweet potatoes.


Denise O'Reilly, owner of The BURNT Shop in Glastonbury, Ct. is creating usable art in the form of hand etched glass culinary bottles and woodburned housewares. She believes wholeheartedly that everything we use on a daily basis should be just as beautiful as it is functional. She sources the highest quality glass and wood pieces and adds her unique freehand designs using centuries old techniques. These pieces are transformed into heirloom quality works of art which she hopes will be passed down in families to future generations. She has a passion for all things green, reusing and repurposing 100% of incoming packaging. She encourages customers to bring her their existing pieces for her added touch...thus reducing that urge to purchase more "stuff" but rather making your own treasured items that much more special.
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