Ok, so salsa isn't technically baking. But it turned out really good, and I had a request for the recipe, plus it's my blog and I can put on it what I want. :-) My sister showed me the technique for the salsa, and really you can put in whatever you have on hand or sounds good. This combination happened to work out really nicely...
3 red tomatoes
1 orange tomato
2 jalepeno peppers
Quarter & peel the onion. Wash the other ingredients but otherwise leave everything as is. Place all ingredients in a large pot of water; bring to a boil. When the skins pop open, remove the ingredients from the hot water and place them in a large bowl of ice water to stop them from cooking. As you remove them from the water, the skin will fall right off. For a mild salsa, remove the seeds from the jalepenos. Place in a blender & puree.
This makes a very soupy salsa that firms up a bit if you refrigerate it. I imagine you could make it a little less runny if you lightly squeeze some juice out of the tomatoes before putting them in the blender. Have fun with the recipe - this is the first time I used peaches. To make a more savory salsa I've added cilantro and garlic to the blender. I've never made a bad batch!