Jesusita's House Salsa

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This is the salsa my mom would make with her bare hands. Luckily I must have inherited her cast­-iron stomach, because I never got a stomachache from eating too much salsa or spicy chile.


  • 6-7 Anaheim chiles, roasted and peeled
  • 1-2 jalapeños, roasted (optional)
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt
  • 3 cloves garlic, finely diced
  • One 14.5-ounce can whole tomatoes
  • 1/4 Cup tomato sauce


Calories Per Serving35

Folate equivalent (total)18µg4%

Salsa Recipes for Canning

Authors: Respectively, Extension Food Technology Specialist, Department of Extension Family and Consumer Sciences and County Program Director and Home Economist, Bernalillo County Extension Office, New Mexico State University. (Print friendly PDF)

CAUTION: Most salsa recipes contain a mixture of low-acid foods, such as onions and chiles. Acid, such as vinegar or lemon juice, must be added to prevent the bacteria Clostridium botulinum from growing. This bacteria produces a deadly toxin (botulin) that can cause serious damage to the central nervous system or death (botulism) when eaten even in small amounts. These salsa recipes have been tested to ensure that they contain enough acid to be processed safely in a boiling-water canner.

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11 Lip Smacking Salsa Recipes Make Perfect Dips With Nachos

Sneha Chhabria On Saturday, 20 October 2018 10:00

Each of us like our food in our unique ways that pleases our palate, while some like it simple with subtle flavours, others like it robust and packed with flavours. Some of us fill ourselves with appetizers, and knick-knacks, others like their main course more. Here is a list for those who love their tit bits with some flavour burst in their mouth with these drool worthy salsas.

Salsa is a Mexican dip, that's ideally a mish mash of chunky vegetables like juicy tomatoes, combined with onions, green chillies, some fresh herbs and a splash of freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Although the authentic recipe uses tomato as the main ingredient, there are salsa that can be made with other ingredients like, fruits- pineapples, kiwis, mangoes, strawberries, avocados and, vegetables like corn, cucumbers, legumes like pinto beans are equally popular salsas.

They are used as part of the filling in burritos and served along with Quesadillas like Chickpea and Broccoli Quesadilla Recipe or Chicken Chilli Cheese Quesadillas Recipe

Salsas can be used to serve along with any appetizers, that goes well with its flavours and textures. So go out there and try these salsas in your kitchen, that can literally be put together in a jiffy.

Easy Red Salsa

This easy party dip should be served with lots of chips.

No need to buy salsa from the store ever again: This easy red salsa recipe is about to be your new go-to snack. Bright, fresh, and loaded with flavor, you'll want to load up on chips to serve this dip at every party (did someone say Cinco de Mayo?). Our (vegan!) salsa takes advantage of fresh tomatoes, spicy jalapeños, and plenty of cilantro for bold flavor. Top tip: Marinating the onions and jalapeños in lime juice will tame the raw bite while still keeping all of the taste that you love about these slightly spicy ingredients.

How do you make spicy salsa from scratch?

We hand chop all of the produce that goes into this easy dip rather than blending in a food processor. This gives the salsa a chunkier texture and vibrant color. If you like things spicier, you could add an extra jalapeño, a dash of hot sauce, or change up the pepper type. Just be careful to add a little at a time so you don't ruin the flavor.

So, is salsa cooked or raw?

This recipe is entirely raw, giving you a bright-tasting partner for chips or the perfect accompaniment to any type of taco. But if you're looking for a little extra smoky flavor, grill your jalapeños, onion, and tomatoes before chopping, then blend together for the best charred salsa ever.

Salsa Ranch

Two flavors that make everything better get together. Salsa made with flavorful onions, spicy jalapeno, tomatoes, and lime meet our classic ranch made from creamy yogurt.

  • No Artificial Preservatives
  • No Artificial Colors
  • No Artificial Flavors
  • Gluten Free
  • Made With Yogurt
  • Kosher



Buttermilk (Cultured Nonfat Milk, Milk, Sodium Citrate, Vitamin A Palmitate), Water, Soybean Oil, Yogurt (Cultured Pasteurized Grade A Milk, Cream, Nonfat Milk, Pectin, Carrageenan), Reduced Acid Pineapple Juice Concentrate, Distilled Vinegar, Tomato Paste, Onion, Jalapeno Pepper, Tomatoes, Natural Flavor, Salt, Egg Yolk, Xanthan Gum, Spice (Mustard Seed, Cumin, Oregano).

Contains: Milk, Egg, Mustard Seed.


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This easy roasted tomato salsa recipe is sure to be a hit at your next gathering

Chef Dan Munoz shows us how to make Bar Chido's roasted tomato salsa.

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill. (WLS) -- There are so many celebrations happening this weekend for graduations, Cinco de Mayo. and Mother's Day!

All of which will need good food.

Bar Chido, which is already seeing success in the west suburbs, is opening a new spot in downtown Downers Grove.

Chef Dan Munoz is the Executive Chef of Bar Chido, where he specialized in modern Mexican Street food. He joined ABC7 Chicago live Friday morning to demo some easy recipes for salsa you can make at home.

Bar Chido's Roasted Tomato Salsa

1. In a 500 degree oven, roast tomatoes, tomatillos, onions, serrano, and garlic. Keep all vegetables separate since they will cook at different rates.
2. Once vegetables are done, place in a bowl and blend using a stick blender (immersion blender). You want to get a somewhat chunky consistency.
3. Add chopped cilantro, lime juice, and salt.
4. If salsa is too thick, add some water to loosen it up and Enjoy!

Chido's owners also have "Fuller House" in Hinsdale and "Pierce Tavern" in Downers Grove.


The fire-roasted tomatoes are so good, if you can find them.

If not, I have used plain tomatoes tons of times, and it is still really delicious!

Also, while we are on the topic of modifications, if you want to make this easy homemade salsa on a whim and you don’t have lime juice, white vinegar works just fine. I also make this without cilantro when my dad will be eating it because he hates cilantro. And it’s still good!

Quick And Easy Salsa

For real though, when killer salsa is this easy to make, there’s nearly no excuse to buy the premade kind. Well, maybe if you’re in Texas or the Southwest and have access to some pretty amazeballs jars of salsa. But for the most part as a general rule, jarred salsa is NOT COOL, BRO.

So here’s how easy this recipe is: roughly chop ingredients (and I pretty much mean, cut in half and that’ll do), put on tray, roast, toss in blender, blitz. Ridiculous.

The “blackening” of the vegetables is optional, but does help to give a fire roasted flavor and appearance. It’s quick and easy to do in the broiler. You can use this fresh salsa on everything. Tacos, dipping with tortilla chips, as a fresh condiment with steak… it’s pretty versatile. Try putting some on scrambled eggs for breakfast, wrapping in a tortilla and voila – breakfast burrito!

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