I have a confession, I am an addict. A salsa and mexican food addict. My sister-in-law sells Tastefully Simple and made me a bowl of salsa to take home for Christmas. This is hands down the best homemade salsa I have ever had and better than most that you get at restaurants. The most beautiful part of all this is that it takes two ingredients. A 14.5 ounce can of diced tomatos and some of the dried mix. I am not sure how much of the mix you use because I have not gotten my bottle of it yet. Usually with these mixes, all it takes is 2 tablespoons of the dry mix. I am pretty sure that is the case with this as well. It costs 8.99 for a bottle of each which seems pricey, but keep in mind that the bottle will make lots of salsa and have you priced good salsa at the store? The kind I get is 3.99 for about 8 ounces!
INGREDIENTS: Onion, bell peppers, jalapeño peppers, garlic,
cilantro, crushed red chili peppers, salt, spices.
Here is the info I lifted from their suggestions card they have published on their site:
Simply combine with fresh or canned tomatoes.
• Add diced peaches, pineapple or mangoes for
a fruity salsa.
• Spoon onto quesadillas, tostadas, nachos or taco salad.
• Sprinkle dry mix into chili or ground meat for tacos or enchiladas.
• Make a layered dip with refried beans, Fiesta Party Dip Mix™, Simply
Salsa, chopped lettuce, shredded cheese, sour cream and freshly
chopped cilantro. Serve with Blue Aztec Chips.
• For a creamy salsa, add sour cream to prepared salsa.
• Look for more recipes at tastefullysimple.com.