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.
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.
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.
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.
Mangoes are a colorful, flavorful, and juicy addition to salsa. An interesting contrast in flavors occurs when mango is mixed with lime juice. Serve this low-calorie salsa with chips or use it top fish or chicken.
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.
When your tomato vines are growing wildly, turn to this recipe for a giant batch of spicy salsa.
For playful presentation, spoon the salsa into an avocado half brushed with lemon juice. Serve with tortilla chips or grilled pork, chicken, or fish.
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.
A simple corn and bean salsa is a healthy snack for kids. Serve with corn chips or baked tortilla chips.
Salsa isn't just for tacos. Top our avocado cheeseburgers with the Mexican condiment for a flavor fiesta!
Salsa makes a great base for dip; just add cream cheese and your favorite sour cream dip for added zing.
Salsa is so easy to make and when it's made with vine-ripened summer tomatoes it tastes even better.