Mexican salsa starts with three basic ingredients, but flavors vary dramatically due to added chiles and "secret" spices. These easy recipes' heat and spice vary, so you can make the Mexican salsa that's just right for you.See Popular Mexican Salsa Recipes
When you use fresh ingredients from your garden, this snack dip will really pop with flavor.
Tasty bean and cheese quesadillas grilled to a golden brown and served with quick-to-fix chunky tomato salsa.
This chunky, tangy salsa is fragrant with garam masala, the Indian spice blend that includes coriander, cardamom, and cumin.
In addition to tomatoes, this salsa features corn, zucchini and red bell pepper. Ole!
We love all Mexican recipes, but this one for a vegetarian enchilada casserole (click here for the recipe), with fresh salsa, is simply irresistible. And we swear, we can do this better than even the Mexican takeout joint down the block. And it's not just healthy but also one of the prettiest dishes around.
Roasting the tomatoes brings out a rich tomatoey flavor that's rarely found in a jarred salsa.
Serve this fresh and crunchy salsa with chips or on top of grilled meats, chicken, or fish.
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 "green salsa" packs a fresh and spicy flavor. Ideal for chip dipping or for adding extra zest to many Mexican entrees.
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.
Grilled avocados add a nice smoky element to the sweet topping. Serve leftover salsa mixed into tomorrow's salad, in tacos or simply with a basket of chips.
Avocados, tomatoes, and feta cheese combine in this cool and refreshing fresh fruit salsa.
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.