Discover the secret to zesty salsa: fresh ingredients! From ripe tomatoes to roasted tomatillo, these salsa recipes use seasonal produce to make colorful dips that dance in your mouth.
Create a chunky dip by combining sour cream with a bit of salsa and chunks of queso fresco--a white, crumbly Mexican cheese. A swirl of fresh herbs and green onion add vivid flavor.
When you use fresh ingredients from your garden, this snack dip will really pop with flavor.
Avocados, tomatoes, and feta cheese combine in this cool and refreshing fresh fruit salsa.
This fruity and spicy salsa combines chile peppers, cantaloupe, apples, and sweet peppers. It works as a sauce for your favorite meat or as an appetizer served with tortilla chips.
This popular side-dish recipe is seasoned with a chunky tomato, basil, and garlic salsa. If you wish, slice into smaller pieces and serve as an appetizer.
A whisper of jalapeno adds just the right kick to this juicy fruit salsa. Use it to top grilled fish, chicken, or pork.
With hints of lemon, apple and herbs, tomatillos are perfectly balanced by peppery cilantro aromatic garlic, and spicy jalapeno peppers in this phenomenal salsa. When buying tomatillos, look for firm fruit with dry, tight-fitting husks. Store in a paper bag in the refrigerator for up to a month.
For playful presentation, spoon the salsa into an avocado half brushed with lemon juice. Serve with tortilla chips or grilled pork, chicken, or fish.
For this sultry salsa, use whatever fresh chile peppers are available. Usually the smaller the pepper, the hotter the hit.
Almonds add a crunchy texture to this appetizing fruit and cucumber salsa.
Serve this sweet-and-spicy salsa recipe of grilled pineapple, sweet peppers, and onions on grilled burgers, steaks, and chicken.
Use two jalapeno chiles to crank up the heat level in this sweet-hot salsa that includes avocado and cucumber. It's especially refreshing over fish or chicken.
Don't be surprised when your guests gather around this appetizer. With 12 ounces of cheese and a jar of salsa, you know this hot dip has to be good.
Salsa is so easy to make and when it's made with vine-ripened summer tomatoes it tastes even better.