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If you believe salsa can make everything better, here's a recipe for you

Posted at 2:53 PM, Oct 13, 2020

Salsa Queen says while 2020 has been a year, salsa can make everything better.

She joined us from her own kitchen to share a recipe that is her husband's favorite meal. And, it's healthy, delicious and easy to make too.

Salsa Queen says you start with one pound of shrimp (she used the already cooked shrimp to make it quick). Then add a whole package of Salsa Queen's Tomatillo Salsa. Next, sprinkle in cumin, paprika and a pinch of salt. Salsa Queen says she doesn't measure, when it comes to spices, she just eyeballs it. After you mix it all together, put it in a hot skillet for about five minutes. Serve it up on a bed of rice with feta cheese and jalapenos on top.

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