Instructions: * Before you even start cooking, put a big, giant pot of water on the stove and find a bunch of jars and lids. Dont turn it on until I tell you too!
Saute onions, garlic, hot peppers, sweet peppers in a little
oil for a few minutes. Throw in tomatoes and all the juice thats running off the cutting board. Simmer on med-heat, uncovered for 15 minutes. Stir often. Meanwhile, mix up tomatoes
sauce, cumin, paprika, vinegar, salt and cayenne. Add to the simmering tomato mixture. Continue to cook for another 10 minutes. Now, start boiling the water on the stove. When boiling, add the lids and jars. The point here is to sterilize them. Remove tomato mix from stove and add cilantro and lime juice. Pull out the jars and fill with hot salsa. Top with boiled, hot lid. Tighten and set aside.
When cooling, retighten the lids again. If you want to eat some right a way, skip the jar thing, throw the salsa in a bowl and stick it in the fridge until its cool. Go out, buy some taco chips, come back and dig in!
P.S. - Dont you dare chop up the veggies in a food processor. This is supposed to be a chunky salsa, not soup. - If you have a dishwasher, throw the jars and lids in there when you start cooking. It should be finished washing by the time you are ready to fill the jars.
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