Charred Tomato and Avocado Salsa- (low-fat & vegan)

I know NOTHING about sports! I am NOT even embarrassed to admit this:  I DON’T know who is playing in the Super Bowl! I can find out with a quick Google search, but I’m not into sports.   I am however into  super bowl parties… I love to hang out with my friends and let’s face it- the food is yummy! Chips, dips, chili (last year my bestie Lila made the best chili—I promise to post that recipe soon).  So as I watch all these super bowl commercials and promos I find myself salivating for all these foods in a major way. This recipe for Charred Tomato and Avocado Salsa is the perfect combo of pico de gallo and guacamole. It’s super easy and will stay fresh for hours (if it lasts that long at your party). So whip up a quick batch or two and eat with chips, spoon over a burger or better yet, pile it on some yummy chill! Enjoy!

Beauty Benefit:  Tomatoes contain lycopene, which can prevent wrinkles and dark spots due to sunlight. 80% of wrinkles are caused by sunlight and lycopene is a potent antioxidant that can stop the aging process caused by exposure to sunlight.

Charred Tomato Avocado Salsa 

4 Roma Tomatoes (organic)

Juice of 1/2 Lime (or more if you like a tang like I do)

½ Red Onion

2 Tablespoons of Fresh Cilantro

1 Jalapeño

1 Clove of Garlic (fresh)

Sea Salt to taste

2 Haas Avocados Chopped

Directions: Chop all ingredients. Season with Sea Salt to taste. Enjoy!

PS-  You can pulse chop these ingredients for a smoothers salsa in the food processor.

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About Mimi Dakar Berry
I am a beauty exec by day, but come nights and weekends I AM A FOODIE! My obsession of cooking shows, magazines and books has led me to the

4 Responses to Charred Tomato and Avocado Salsa- (low-fat & vegan)

  1. Nancy says:

    Can’t wait to try it. All your recipes are delicious.

  2. veghotpot says:

    Great recipe and I didn’t know about the health benefits of tomatoes! :D an excuse to eat more of them!

  3. josey says:

    I don’t see any avocado in the recipe. what’s up with that?

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