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Salsa Recipes - How to make salsa recipes

Traditional Mexican or Spanish salsa is based on tomatoes, onions, and cilantro. Some chopped fresh veggie condiments are also referred to as pico de gallo. Enterprising new chefs are using the concept to include many different fresh ingredients. You will find all sorts of salsa recipes here, authentic and new, as well as recipes using salsa as an ingredient.

Bacon, Avocado, and Cheese Omelets with Tomato Salsa Recipe
This omelet makes a great dish for dinner as well as breakfast. If you are short on time, feel free to use bottled salsa and skip straight to the omelet. Turkey bacon may be substituted for the pork bacon.

Black Bean and Papaya Salsa Recipe
This Caribbean-inspired salsa combining black beans and papaya is great with grilled fish. It is also very good by itself, as a spicy summer-salad-type course.

Chunky Salsa Recipe
There is no substitute for fresh salsa, so give up that bottled stuff and go for it! This homemade salsa is easy to control heat-wise. If you do not like it hot, it is just as good without the chile. Great with Mexican dishes as a condiment or simply with tortilla chips as a snack or appetizer.

Fiesta Turkey Loaf or Burgers Recipe
Fiesta Turkey Loaf or Burgers Recipe. This turkey meatloaf is far from bland! Salsa, tortilla chips, and cheese give it a Mexican flair that shouts flavor. Also great for turkey burgers.

Foods of Mexico - Mexican Recipes
Traditional Mexican cuisine is likely to be quite different than expected by non-natives, and varies vastly from region to region in Mexico. Some areas prepare dishes that many might consider quite bland, yet others make avid use of spices and hot chile peppers. Learn about Mexican foods and recipes.

Green Tomato Salsa Recipe
Low-fat fresh salsa is made from tomatillos. Goes great with white chili.

Lemongrass Seared Ahi Tuna with Asian Salsa Recipe
Splurge on a whole tuna loin for this spicy Asian tuna with lemongrass, tomatoes, red onions, and mushrooms. Plan ahead to chill the tuna for 2 hours before serving.

Lobster and Leek Tamales with Tomatillo Salsa Recipe
Southwestern seafood tamales are served with a Chardonnay cream sauce and tomatillo salsa. Vary this recipe by substituting crab or shrimp for the lobster.

Mahi Mahi with Spicy Pear Salsa Recipe
Mahi mahi is served on a bed of papaya and kiwifruit, served with a fresh pear salsa. Mahi mahi is actually dolphinfish, which is a fish unrelated to dolphin mammals.

Papaya Pineapple Salsa Recipe
Fresh salsa combines the bright flavors of papaya, pineapple, lime, and chiles with the sweet crunch of jicama and red onion. It is fast and easy to make as well as colorful. Use as a garnish for fish, pork, or poultry.

Pork Chops with Plum Salsa Recipe
Boneless pork chops are spiced, then grilled or broiled and served with a fresh plum salsa. The salsa works equally as well with chicken in place of the pork.

Sausage Puffballs Recipe - How to make sausage appetizers recipe
Bite-sized sausage puffballs are the perfect party appetizer that will appeal to guys and gals alike. They are slightly sweet due to the raspberry jam, with a touch of spiciness from the chipotle chiles and salsa.

Spanish-Style Rice Recipe
Spanish-Style Rice Recipe. Spanish-style rice is enriched with salsa, cumin, and chili powder to give that Latin flavor.

Strawberry Salsa Recipe
Strawberries are mixed with bell peppers, onions, orange juice, lime juice, cilantro, and a touch of spiciness. Serve with grilled fish, shrimp, or chicken or as an appetizer with toasted pita triangles.

Taco Meatballs Recipe
Taco Meatballs Recipe. It's all of your favorite taco flavors wrapped up in a meatball! Serve as an appetizer or as an entree with Spanish-style rice on the side. You can even use the mixture as a meatloaf.

Tomatillo Papaya Sauce Recipe
The tangy acidic flavor of the tomatillos is brilliantly offset by the sweet papaya for a flavorful sauce. Tomatillos are a popular vegetable used in Latin dishes. It looks like a small green tomato covered with a thin, papery husk. The sauce is great served with chicken, pork, or seafood.

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