A Mexican style coleslaw that is great served with chips or as a condiment.
This isn't strictly a chutney, but it's a great topping for schnitzel (fried chicken cutlet)! Adds a sweet and spicy flavor.
I like to use standard U.S measures. This is my first recipe to submit. let me know what you think.
Quick 10 minute recipe made from scratch. I hit this combo right the 1st time and forgot how it went the 2nd. Lucky I took a picture which refreshed my memory.
This is a zesty and rich version of a bean salsa. I make this to take to work for potluck carry-ins and it has always been a favorite.
This is a fresh salsa that is simple to make with great texture and tons of flavor! You can make it with fresh tomatoes or canned diced tomatoes if they're not in season.
This is a fresh salsa mix that is easy and takes only minutes! Great with chips, or on tacos, in burritos, etc.
Black-eyed peas bring a Southern flair to a Latin favorite.
This salsa can be made by anyone that owns a decent knife & a cutting board. You don't need to know a thing about cooking, just know how to chop. I've had just 4 people eat the entire batch, it was so good. It tastes even better the next day!
This is a nice change from the traditional Mexican and tropical salsas, with a bit of a mediterranean touch this is great on grilled fish or chicken.
This great recipe for fresh corn also uses fresh tomatoes for that peak-of-the-summer flavor. Fresh corn gets so cheap in the summer, might as well use it whenever you can.
When your taste buds are ready for a challenge, whip up this spicy salsa with heat from Tabasco, cayenne pepper, and a jalapeno.
Actually, a true salsa is pretty smooth in texture, about the consistency of a milk shake, and is often cooked. Since this has finely minced pieces throughout and is not cooked, it would really be considered what is called a pico de gallo or salsa fresca. Chop the pieces just a little bit larger and you have a ceviche! This is great as a chip dip or condiment on burgers or in tacos.
I was invited to a party and had nothing to bring. After I raided my pantry and whipped this recipe together, everyone was impressed and wanted the recipe.
The freshest salsa around, because you just made it.
Like sweet? Like spicy? Like cheese? Then you are about 95% of the male population--and you will dig this salsa.
Try out this simple salsa. A nice starter recipe for adding your own twist if you want.
Ketchup, mustard, ketchup, mustard. Gets a little dull, yeah? Spread this fresh relish on your burgers for a different (and probably better) flavor.
Food Network host and chef Tyler Florence created this sweet, spicy, slightly sour salsa for the Hass Avocado board. Read our interview with Tyler Florence for more cooking tips.
A hearty but easy salsa with tomato, mango, avocado, corn and black beans as the feature ingredients.