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This refreshing dip combines dry onion soup and recipe mix with sour cream, Pace® Chunky Salsa and sliced green onion, and can be served with colorful sliced vegetables or tortilla chips.
It couldn't be easier to make this delicious dip...it combines cool sour cream and spicy salsa to ensure you've got a tasty appetizer ready in a snap.
Most crab dips are full of mayonnaise, but Michael Symon's lighter version is more like a salsa since it's prepared without mayo and laced with flecks of shallot, cilantro, jalapeno, and red bell pepper. "Although I love mayo," he says, "I'm not a fan of it with crab, since it tends to muddle the flavor. If I'm spending big bucks on crab, I want it to be the star."
When grilling a meal, chef Robert Del Grande of Cafe Annie and Bar Annie in Houston threads ingredients for sauces onto skewers to cook alongside the meat. While the meat rests, he purees the sauce ingredients in a blender.
In addition to tomatoes, this salsa features corn, zucchini and red bell pepper. Ole!
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.
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Avocados, tomatoes, and feta cheese combine in this cool and refreshing fresh fruit salsa.
Juicy bits of orange, grapefruit, lemon and lime form the base of this vibrant salsa; green-olive tapenade and sliced red onion add extra zestiness, which makes this salsa so good on everything from fish to avocado.
This refreshing salsa combines Pace® Chunky Salsa and whole kernel corn to be served as a dip for tortilla chips or as a flavorful complement topping for grilled meats, tacos or fajitas.
Roasting the tomatoes brings out a rich tomatoey flavor that's rarely found in a jarred salsa.
A whisper of jalapeno adds just the right kick to this juicy fruit salsa. Use it to top grilled fish, chicken, or pork.
This salsa is best served within an hour. Serve it as an accompaniment to Grilled Chicken Tacos Alambres, Chile-Rubbed Steak Tacos, or Beer-Battered Fish Tacos.
This "green salsa" packs a fresh and spicy flavor. Ideal for chip dipping or for adding extra zest to many Mexican entrees.