Three Ways to Spice up Your Salsa

July 14, 2015 – Salsa is a staple at fiestas of any style and with a little TLC, you can elevate your level of flavor and fun. Start with ALDI Mexican Salsa on Special Buy* this week and add your personalized ingredients to showcase your mood!

Fruity SSalsa Bar at a Mexican Cantinaalsa
For the perfect blend of sweet and spice, chop up pineapple, mango or peaches and toss with the Mexican Salsa. Squeeze a lime over your mixture to keep fruit  from browning and add a pinch of cinnamon for an extra touch of sweetness.

Spicy Salsa
Looking to bring a little spice into your life? Kick up Mexican Salsa by adding finely diced jalapeño peppers, chopped cilantro, 1 clove of minced garlic, 2  teaspoons of ground black pepper and fresh lime juice. This combo is sure to get your taste buds kickin’!

Chunky Salsa
Chunky salsa is a tasty way to add fresh produce to your day and is often best when made from scratch. Chop tomato, bell pepper, onion and jalapeño to combine  with minced garlic, agave, white vinegar and spices of your choice. The larger you cut your produce, the chunkier your salsa will be.

Do you have a favorite way to prep your salsa? Tell us in the comments!

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2 thoughts on “Three Ways to Spice up Your Salsa

  1. Tima

    i mix jarred salsa with a can of corn (drained) and a can of black beans (drained) for a chunky dip with tortilla chips or corn chips. Sometimes I pour it over a softened block of cream cheese, mainly when I use a hotter salsa like ghost pepper salsa.

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