salsa jars

  • *in the group text*
  • jongin: my hand is stuck in a jar of salsa. im just going to leave it there.
  • kyungsoo: first of all, jongin just lift your hand up. second of all, why do you all treat this group message like its a diary? i dont care.
  • jongin: this is who i am now, hyung, im tired of fighting it
  • baekhyun: lol kyungsoo pls ur always the first one to read every message anyway i have receipts
  • kyungsoo: .....shut up
  • jongin: i am becoming a jar of salsa guys
vine

I wanted to share my new DIY sparkle stim jar! It is sangria sunrise orange-pink goodness <3

To make one of these you will need:

  • a clean mason jar, or an old salsa/jam type jar with a good water-tight lid
  • water, and a pot or kettle to heat the water
  • coloured glitter glue
  • extra food colouring, glitter, sparkles, sequins, or whatever you want to throw in there (optional)

Here’s what to do:

  1. Prepare your jar for hot water.
  2. Using a pot or a kettle, heat enough water to fill your jar. It needs to get hot and start making little bubbles, but it doesn’t need to boil, so take it off before it reaches boiling. I used our electric kettle and just selected the 175F (green tea) setting.
  3. Pour your water (carefully, it’s hot) into your jar, leaving a bit of a space.
  4. Add as much glitter glue as you want. Seriously, more is best. Use a whole bottle if you want.
  5. Add in any food colouring, extra glitter, etc. here. I used yellow and orange glitter glue and pink sparkles for a happy tropical sunrise feeling.
  6. (Again carefully, ‘cause it is hot) put on your lid and tighten it as much as possible. I used oven mitts to get mine on good and tight. Then leave it out for a few hours to cool down.
  7. You’re done! Shake, watch, stim, enjoy~

I used an old jam jar with the kind of lid with a pop-up seal. After every hour I would go back and tighten the lid again as much as I could, and by the time it was room temperature, the lid had sealed really well.

I did summery colours, but blue and green would make for a soothing watery colour scheme, while pink and purple would be super cute. Or you could do a dark blue glitter glue/food colouring and chunkier gold sparkles for a nighttime sky galaxy thing! The options are limitless!

  • ENFP: I'm so excited! I have a bag of tortilla chips and a jar of salsa that I haven't opened yet! They could stay that way forever...
  • ISFP: ...
  • ENTJ: But they won't.
  • ENFP: But they will stay that way forever, until I open them!
  • ENTJ: ...that's not forever...
  • ENFP: True, they'd get stale. But it's just the possibility of them staying unopened forever until I decide to eat them!
  • ENTJ: ...
  • ISFP: ...
  • ENTJ: That is one of the most ENFP things I have ever heard.

dfksdfj it’s 9am and i just called the target across the street in boston to check that they carry a specific kind of salsa that my dad has up in VT cause like they say they carry it online but i juST WANTED TO MAKE SURE,, THIS SALSA WAS SO GOOD YALL

the lady asked me what it was called and i was like “green mountain gringos” and she was just like “green mountain…. gringos…” yes…. green mountain white people…. its meeee

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(( Okay. You ready? This is my all-time favorite chip dip and it’s the easiest shit in the world but I can’t stop eating it when I make it until I want to die.

1 block of softened cream cheese

1 jar of salsa

A bag of shredded Mexican blend cheese

A bag of your favorite corn chips.

Mix the salsa into the cream cheese, easiest with a Kitchen-Aid mixer or some sort of beater. Beat it until its a somewhat thick pink looking mess. Mix in cheese.

Viola.  That’s it. Eat it with corn chips. It’s like a taco dip plate without the layers and hassle. Enjoy!! ))

Originally posted by ladycibia

I’m at the grocery store to buy peanut butter and cat food bc its supposed to snow tomorrow and for here that’s a huge deal

And the woman in front of me is buying a jar of salsa, a bag of tortilla chips, and three cases of beer

Beginner Witch Tips

SAVE YOUR JARS

No, seriously, start saving any and all jars you have laying about the house right now. Just finished your fav salsa? Jar! Emptied a thing of pasta sauce? Jar! Brother ate the last of your cheese dip because he’s a jerk? Jar!

You don’t have to spend a bunch of money on new jars with corks. You’ve got a whole cabinet full of jars just waiting to be used! Pop those babies in the dish washer to clean them (a couple times if you have to so they don’t smell like whatever was in them anymore), soak them in some hot soapy water to get the labels and label glue off, cleanse them in a manner of your choosing (I like using salt and/or moonlight), and boom! Witch jar, ready and waiting for all your witchy needs!


(note: these jars are, nine times out of ten, made of glass. they are not biodegradable and are therefore not recommended for burying)

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Did you Know this enormous,  prickly Jackfruit has many health benefits?

- Jackfruit- Being rich in potassium, jackfruit helps in the lowering of the blood pressure.

- Jackfruit contains phytonutrients, with health benefits ranging from anti-cancer to anti-hypertensive.

- Jackfruit has been found to have anti-ageing, antioxidant and anti-ulcer properties.

The fleshy part (the ‘bulb’) can be eaten as is, or cut up and cooked. When unripe (green), it is remarkably similar in texture to chicken, making jackfruit an excellent vegan substitute for meat. In fact, canned jackfruit (in brine) is sometimes referred to as “vegetable meat”.

Here’s an awesome Jackfruit Carnitas recipe…It’s effortless, budget friendly and delicious.

Enjoy! :)

Ingredients

  • 2 (20 ounce) cans of young green Jackfruit, in water
  • 1 tablespoons chile powder
  • 1 tablespoon cumin
  • 1 tablespoon oregano
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • ½ teaspoon smoked paprika
  • ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 large red onion (chopped)
  • 4 cloves garlic (minced)
  • 12 ounces salsa verde (can or jar)
  • Juice from one lime

Instructions

Crock-pot Method:

  1. Drain and rinse the jackfruit thoroughly.
  2. With your hands, press the water out of each piece and add it to your crock-pot.
  3. Shred the jackfruit pieces in the crock-pot, using two dinner forks,  potato masher or get messy with your fingers.
  4. Add the Chile powder, cumin, oregano, pepper, salt, paprika and cayenne to the jackfruit, coating each piece.
  5. Add the onion and garlic, then cover the seasoned jackfruit with the salsa verde, taking care to cover everything.
  6. Add the lime juice
  7. Turn the crock-pot to low, and let it simmer for 6 to 8 hours.  

Stove-top Method:

  1. For cooking on the stove-top: Add the ingredients to a large pot, follow the same assembly directions. Bring to a boil, then simmer on low, covered, for at least one hour, preferable 2, stirring occasionally. If the mixture sticks, add a little more salsa verde or water. Some browned bits are fine. When finished, the jackfruit will have changed colors and be slightly moist and browned. If you cook a fair amount of the liquid out, it will give it a meatier texture.
Crockpot Salsa Chicken

This recipe is super easy and provides dinner/lunch for both me and my partner for multiple days. I usually prep it in the morning before work and let it cook until I get off, and it’s ready with little effort! 

Ingrediens:

  • 1lb chicken breast (you don’t even need to cook it yet)
  • 1 16oz. jar of salsa (I use Pace Medium salsa) or 2 cups salsa
  • 1 can black beans
  • 2 cups rice

directions:

  1. Place raw chicken in crockpot.
  2. Dump jar of salsa over chicken.
  3. Cook on “Low” for 7 hours, or “High” for 4.
  4. 20 minutes before it’s done cooking, add can of black beans (drained) and let it cook with the chicken until time’s up.
  5. In the mean time, cook 2 cups of rice.
  6. Once everything’s done, just mix it all together and you have a nice, hearty meal prepped for a few days!

Including the rice is optional, but I’ve found that it really stretches the meal out. Plus, if you do not have rice the salsa/chicken combo is very soupy so you may need to adjust the amount of salsa.

Serve on tortillas as tacos or on it’s own in a bowl! I also like to add avocado slices if I have some handy.

Simple Salsa Chicken

Ingredients:

- Jar of preferred salsa

- Package of chicken breasts

- Tortillas (or whatever you want to serve it on)

Process:
Place as many chicken breasts into your crock pot as you can fit. Keep them whole. Dump your jar of salsa on top and cook on low for several hours. (Probably like 4-6?) You’ll know it’s done when you can shred the chicken up with a fork. Feel free to also dump in a can of corn or beans at this stage too.

Once cooked, shred the chicken and stir it up so it’s all mixed in with the salsa. Serve by spooning onto your tortilla. Add toppings as desired/as energy dictates.

Loaded Nachos in a Basket

… also I call it the I - wasn’t - really -up - to - cooking - dinner - tonight - so - I - assembled - some - chips - in - these - baskets - and - sprinkled - some - black olives - green onions - salsa from a jar - nacho cheese sauce from a squeeze bottle - that - is - not - so - crappy - anymore - because - I - added - a - whole - bunch - of - cheeses - to - make - it - taste - Not - crappy… - although - I - did - bothered - to - cook - the - ground turkey - and - spiced - it - up - with - taco - seasoning.

Yup, we had these for dinner this Monday night.

the signs as shit i did my freshman year

Aries: got the cops called on a party because i wouldn’t stop yelling about batman

Taurus: ate nothing but a jar of salsa for dinner every night for two weeks

Gemini: instigated a fight that ended with someone getting pushed into a fire pit

Cancer: was secretly a little disappointed no one got injured

Leo: gave myself a concussion playing extreme don’t touch the lava

Virgo: received and ignored several noise complaints for blasting the same all time low album on repeat at full volume

Libra: blatantly ditched my art final but convinced the professor to give me an A for being avant-garde

Scorpio: lit my ex-boyfriend’s ski jacket on fire in the quad at 3 am

Sagittarius: embraced drinking straight vodka out of apathy around mid-september

Capricorn: aced multiple 10+ page essays on material i hadn’t read and only started writing at 3 am the morning they were due

Aquarius: tried to flirt with someone by teaching them about deadly australian wildlife at length

Pisces: cried from happiness after finding 81 bags of lays potato chips one day past their expiration date in a dumpster