Tomato and Mint Salsa

Preparation info

  • Serves

    6

    • Difficulty

      Easy

    • Ready in

      5 min

Appears in

Good Soup Book

Good Soup Book

By Lindsey Bareham

Published 1997

  • About

Salsa means ‘sauce’ in South America and usually refers to a spicy mound of finely diced raw vegetables, heavily laced with chilli. Its texture is somewhere between a sauce and a salad; and it’s served as a relish with cooked fish and meat, and vegetarian patties. Salsas are also an interesting way of freshening up soups, and go particularly well with vegetable and bean purees. Serve them as a garnish: stir them into soups just before serving, or serve them separately for people to help the

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