Cinco de Mayo fun!

We have so many fun celebrations in May! Star Wars Day yesterday and Cinco de Mayo feast today! Lots of birthdays, graduations, mother’s day, end of school… for every event Glitter Girl requests this salsa! We are getting ready to grow a salsa garden to help with our salsa addiction! 

 When we have our weekly taco night, I usually make pico de gallo. Pico has a chunkier texture. Today, I made a traditional salsa that was perfect for our Fiesta!  I used roma tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, purple onion, and jalapeno…. I love the festive colors!

salsa ingredients

 I used the food processor to make the salsa making process go faster and its the best way to get that classic salsa consistency. 

food processor

 Yum! So pretty and fresh! Add salt and pepper to taste! 


 Homemade salsa and guac- ready to go! 

salsa and guac 1

 I also made some Chicken Enchiladas…stay tuned for this fantastic recipe! 

baked enchiladas

 For dessert, I tried something new and it was a BIG hit! Yummy Cinnamon Cheesecake Sopapillas! Really good and easy! Can’t wait to share this recipe! 

sopapillas final

 I love how food can help us celebrate and make learning fun…. How did you celebrate your Cinco de Mayo?

Fresh Homemade Salsa
A fresh, restaurant style salsa! Perfect for your Cinco de Mayo celebration!
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  1. 6 Roma tomatoes, halved and seeded
  2. 1 purple onion
  3. 2 garlic cloves
  4. 1 lime
  5. 1 bunch cilantro
  6. 1/2 jalapeno, seeded
  7. salt and pepper to taste
To make salsa
  1. Place purple onion, garlic, and jalapeno in food processor. Process until veggies are chopped evenly. Add cilantro and lime juice. Pulse to incorporate. Seed tomatoes by running your thumb through tomato flesh. Process tomatoes until chopped evenly. Salt and pepper salsa to taste.
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