One-Minute Tomato, Pinto Bean, and Red Pepper Salsa
From Cook's Country
Canned diced tomatoes were a huge timesaver for our One-Minute Tomato, Pinto Bean, and Red Pepper Salsa, but they added a lot of juice, which made for watery salsa. The fix was easy: We poured the tomatoes into a strainer and let the juices drain. To make this recipe nearly as easy as opening a jar, we used a food processor for most of our prep work. This released a lot of excess water from our ingredients, but a quick final strain once we had combined everything solved the problem.
Makes about 3 cups
Hunt's makes our favorite diced tomatoes. For five-minute fresh tomato salsa, substitute 2 pounds fresh tomatoes, cored, seeded, and chopped, for the canned tomatoes in step 2. Don't forget to briefly drain the salsa after you've processed it.
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