Ingredients for Arthur's ten-minute salsa.
What makes a salsa good? And fast? Sometimes things are good just because they're fresh, just because they're simple, and not more complicated than they have to be. I'm Italian-American, I don't claim authenticity, but I do know my way around a tomato, I sure like heat, and when I want to eat I certainly don't like to wait. That's why I love this salsa recipe. It's bright. It's sweet. It's tart. It has a little bite. You can make it in about ten minutes. And it's better than anything I've ever bought in a store. I'd drink this stuff. And it doubles as a spicy gazpacho. What's not to like? 
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Simple salsa.
There are three things I always have on hand for a quick meal: a bag of  tortillas, shredded cheese, and jalapañoes. Quick, spicy quesadillas never fail to satisfy. And I've never had anyone complain about them. Even if you take the time to make your own salsa, you can pull this together in 15 minutes. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: 15-Minute Meals. Click here to see our best homeade salsa recipes 
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Best Breakfast Tacos
They're simple, and yet so many fail so often to allow these simple breakfast standbys to really stand out. Smooth refried beans, steamed flour tortillas, chorizo, cheese, and crunchy fried potatoes — that's it. If you want to gussy them up, whip up a batch of fresh simple salsa and guac, or add some scrambled egg. If you don't have time to make your own refried beans, get a can of refried beans and doctor them up with a diced onion, hot sauce, water, and a handful of cheese to make them even tastier. Great in the mornings with kids, or for hangovers if you're still acting like one, and a quick savory dish if you're setting out to have breakfast for dinner. Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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