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Relish or Salsa?

When cooking with relish, thoughts of hamburgers and hot dogs may appear, just as images of tacos and Mexican cuisine are associated with salsa. But actually, the only difference between the two substances is their word origins. The word ‘relish’ is French, while the word ‘salsa’ is of the Spanish language. Both are condiments that infuse foods with flavor. Both are also served either raw or cooked.

Instead of buying the usual dill relish at the grocery store, consider the following recipe that allows you to add a variety of ingredients:

Black Bean and Corn Relish

2 cups of cooked black beans
1 cup of frozen corn
1 ½ pounds of tomatoes
2 cloves of chopped garlic
½ chopped red onion
½ cup of chopped parsley
1 chopped bell pepper
Juice of one lemon
2 tablespoons of sugar
¼ cup of vegetable oil


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