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"Freddy Tan, an ordinary person in an extraordinary world. A man of few words, believe nothing is impossible if you can dream it then you can do it. I believe in living life to the fullest; enjoying my moments with yummy FOOD."




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Salsa is Mexican, Spanish, and Italian cuisine. Serve with Tortillas chips, or part of ingredient in burrito / quesadillas / salad. It taste so good and can be mixed with anything. =)


6 tomatoes (dice)
4-5 Jalapeno / Chili pepper (dice)
2-3 clove garlic (minced)
1 Onion (dice)
1 handful cilantro (minced)
1 Lime (juice)
salt and black pepper
Tortilla chips.

How to prepare:
1. mix all ingredient and sprinkle some salt and black pepper, and keep in room temperature for 1-2 hours.
2. Next keep in fridge for couple hours. serve while it cool with tortilla chips.

To prepare Tortila chips from scratch:
1(12-count) package corn totillas
Vegetable oil for frying
salt (optional)
1. Preheat oil in a deep-fryer.
2. On a cutting board, stack 3 to 4 tortillas and using a sharp knife, cut into 8 wedges. Repeat with remaining tortillas. Separate any that may stick together.
3. Add a handful of tortilla wedges to the hot oil, stir to separate, and fry until crisp and golden brown. Salt immediately, if desired.
4. Repeat for the rest of tortilla wedges.

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