Peach Chipotle Salsa

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BASIC INFO

About: Samaha’s Farm & Market is a quaint little grocery store in my hometown, Matawan, New Jersey. They feature local specialty items, like this Peach Salsa, using the freshest produce New Jersey has to offer. This salsa is filled with light and fruity summer flavors that other salsas only aspire to. Serve it with your favorite corn chips, or top it on your favorite Mexican dishes like tacos or burritos.

Origin: Matawan-Aberdeen, New Jersey

Varieties: TBA

Uses: add to egg dishes • spread on top of burgers • marinate meat • use on pizza • layer onto a grilled cheese • top on ice cream • mix with goat cheese • mix with mayo or sour cream for a dip • stir into chicken, tuna, or potato salad

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HEALTH INFO

Ingredients: tomatoes • peaches • onions • brown sugar • water • tomato paste • green bell pepper • jalapeño peppers • distilled vinegar • salt • chipotle peppers • garlic • spices.

Calories: 20 per 2 tablespoons

Replaces: commercial salsas

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WHERE TO FIND

Store: Samaha’s Farm & Country Market

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HOW TO STORE

Store unopened jar in the pantry for 1-2 months. Once opened, store in the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks.

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TASTE & TEXTURE

  • smokey
  • little kick, but not too spicy
  • sweet
  • fruity
  • light
  • moderately chunky

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FUN FACTS

  • New Jersey ranks 4th in the US for quality produce, specifically in their cranberries, bell peppers, spinach, peaches, tomatoes, and sweet corn.
  • 100+ fruits and vegetables are grown in New Jersey.
  • There are over 3,000 farmers in New Jersey.

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Make your own: Peach Salsa

Recipe: TBA

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