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ANYONE Can Make This Awesome Salsa Recipe!
I love game nights. Not only because that’s when a bunch of our greatest friends gather together with all of our kids to have a good time and enjoy the game, but also because it turns into such a tasty potluck party! You know, we all bring something really tasty and something that’s easy to eat while watching the game. Usually it’s all about snacks, appetizers and dips – the kids love that stuff and it’s so much easier for us parents than cooking a huge meal for such a large crowd.
We try to change things up a little every time, so that we wouldn’t get bored of the same old appetizers. Mini meatballs are awesome, but not if you’re having them all the time!
Last week it was my turn to bring some kind of a dipping sauce for the gathering. I was so busy all week that I honestly didn’t have the time to check out a fab new recipe, let alone go pick up some special ingredients. So when the night came, I was exhausted, and I wish I didn’t have to bring anything at all.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to use red onion instead of yellow onion.