9 responses

  1. Mark
    July 21, 2008

    This stuff is great! Thank you Luna for providing the recipe to us in that calendar. This post makes me want to leave work right now to go home and get cooking!

  2. grace
    July 21, 2008

    i’m in love with cilantro and everything it touches. this sounds absolutely amazing and i’m making it as soon as i can get myself to the grocery store. bless you both. :)

  3. crysh
    September 5, 2008

    I made this tonight and I agree that it is delicious. However, my batch came out somewhat salty. I’d advise using no salt or at least low salt tomatoes. That might be the difference. Also, perhaps try 1T salt and then add more to your taste up to 2T. You won’t have any problem tasting repeatedly.

  4. Prem
    December 27, 2008

    Luna’s salsa recipe deserves the reputation. I used to travel to Dallas frequently and I loved their salsa so much that my colleague sent me a thermos of it for my birthday. Subsequent visits got me the recipe from Galina (on a napkin) and I kept it safe like some family heirloom. The next year came the little recipe booklet which I still have. It was very generous of Luna to share the recipes. When in Dallas, do visit Luna de Noche. The food is great and the people are terrific.

    ;p)

  5. TIM
    July 15, 2009

    Anyone have their recipe for their red salsa????

  6. Calita
    October 14, 2009

    I’m in love with cilantro, and I use in every meal….I went today with my family to luna de noche and I ask for the recipe…but the guy told me he can’t do that he can lose his job…well as soon I get home I search for it and I find you guys Thank you! and Thanks Luna their food is delicious and my kids love it too!!!

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