Top Rated Salsa Recipes

Applesauce. Good. Salsa. Good. Applesauce salsa? Great! Although you can use homemade applesauce, store-bought, chunky applesauce makes this recipe easy to recreate. There's nothing wrong with traditional tomato based salsas. However, applesauce salsa delivers an exciting alternative. The sweet and tangy flavor profile pairs well with dishes like pork tostadas or roast.  
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salsa fresca
Every Tex-Mex restaurant in Texas has its own homemade version of salsa fresca, also known as “pico de gallo.” Salsa fresca is made up of fresh vegetables, including diced tomatoes, onions, cilantro, jalapeño or serrano chiles, lime juice and salt.This version, adapted from Austin’s Z'Tejas Southwestern Grill, includes both white and red onions, diced garlic and jalapeños that have not been seeded. Seed your jalapeños if you want to cut down on the heat.
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This salsa recipe has a delicate blend of spicy and sweet ingredients that are perfect for brightening up your summer. Recipe courtesy of Frida’s Maui
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Escamoles Salsa
They might look like little grains of rice, but these small white ovals are actually ant eggs — or, more accurately, ant larvae. And you don’t need to go very far to get them either (I’m sure you’re very relieved at this fact), as this has been a popular ingredient in Mexican dishes for thousands of years. Also called “insect caviar” or escamol when south of the border, this dish has a slightly nutty and buttery flavor (especially when cooked in butter), and can become crunchy when fried. The escamoles are then eaten by themselves, or added to tacos, omelettes, or salsa (also called "Mexican caviar") like this.This recipe is courtesy of Mexican Authentic Recipes.
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tomatillo sauce
I've been evolving this recipe for years - first it got very complicated but recently I've learned to love a more simple (read easier to prepare) salsa.
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This recipe blends together papaya, jalepenos and onions to make a refreshing and healthy dip with sweet and spicy flavors. Recipe courtesy of West of the Loop
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This tried and true starter dish can be made with just five ingredients and pairs perfectly with tortilla chips or tacos. Recipe courtesy of Blue Apron
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This strawberry salsa recipe is perfect for having guests over during the summer. The light flavors mixed with baked tortilla chips is an ideal warm weather combo. Recipe courtesy of Mccormick
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Indian Mango Salsa
There are hundreds of varieties of mangoes, but this sweet and spicy salsa uses the Kesar variety from India (where it is known as the queen of mangoes). Kesar mangoes are intensely sweet and only available for a few weeks each year. If you can get your hands on some, use them — they’re so delicious — but any ripe mango will work. 
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For a refreshing dip, try this recipe. It's a great fruity appetizer to serve at your next party. 
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tomatillo salsa
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A basic Tomatillo salsa that gets better with age. Make at least twice as much as you think you'll want so that you have leftovers!
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Corn bacon and avocado salsa
Truthfully, this recipe was created out of a desire to use bacon in a salsa. The first thing that came to mind? Don't ask why, but it was Cobb salad. Dropping the traditional cheese and hard-boiled egg, this fresh, chunky salsa is great with chips or over grilled chicken.
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