3 of the Most Amazing Salsa Recipes You Have to Try to Believe


 

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Don’t get it wrong — there are tons of amazing salsa brands out there — but wouldn’t it be something to make your own salsa? Not only will it be the freshest salsa you’ve ever had, but it’ll taste even better because you made it. So rather than picking up one of those southwestern salsa dips from the supermarket, why not try out one of these awesome salsa recipes?
Garden Salsa. – Garden salsa is one of the most super-easy, super-delicious salsa recipes out there. To make it, you need six finely chopped medium tomatoes, three-quarters of a cup of chopped green pepper, half a cup of finely chopped onion, half a cup of thinly sliced green onions, six minced cloves of garlic, two teaspoons of cider vinegar, two teaspoons of lemon juice, two teaspoons of olive oil, two teaspoons of minced jalapeno, two teaspoons of ground cumin, half a teaspoon of salt, and half a teaspoon of cayenne pepper. Just mix it all up and enjoy.
Black Bean Salsa. – Who doesn’t love a nice black bean salsa? To make this, you’ll need a can of black beans, one and a half cups of frozen corn, a cup of chopped sweet red pepper, three-quarters of a cup of chopped green pepper, half a cup of chopped red onion, a tablespoon of minced parsley, half a cup of sour cream, a quarter of a cup of mayo, two tablespoons of red wine vinegar, a teaspoon of ground cumin, a teaspoon of chili powder, half a teaspoon of salt, a quarter-teaspoon of garlic powder, and an eight-teaspoon pepper. Throw your beans, corns, peppers, onion, and parsley. Then, add your sour cream, mayo, vinegar, and seasoning in a seperate bowl. Stir that, then combine the the two.
Avocado Salsa. – Sure, avocado salsa might sound like fresh guacamole, but check this out. You’ll need one and two-thirds cups of corn, two cans of olives, a medium chopped sweet red pepper, a chopped small onion, five minced cloves of garlic, one-third a cup of olive oil, a quarter-cup of lemon juice, three tablespoons of cider vinegar, one tablespoon of dried oregano, half a teaspoon of salt, half a teaspoon of pepper, and four ripe avocados. What you’re going to want to do is mash the avocados up with a fork first, and then toss your ingredients in.
Now, keep in mind, you don’t have to eat it all at once. There are loads of cool recipes with salsa that you can make with the leftovers. Of course, that being said, that’s assuming that there even will be leftovers, which, if you make these salsa recipes right, there may not be.
If you know of any other salsa recipes, feel free to share in the comments.

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