Most salsas are rich and flavorful enough to be served with simple tortilla chips. But of course, simple is not always the goal when serving food. There are lots of other options to help complement your salsa. Here are some ideas: Fruit salsas are often best accompanying a main protein dish. Apple salsa is great

Traditional Salsa

I’ve got some of you asking for “novice salsa guidance” and I think that a traditional tomato salsa is a great place to start. That said, there isn’t really one traditional salsa recipe, type, or style. I’ll share my preferred salsa recipe below, but I’d also like to talk a little bit about the history

Apple Salsa (trust me)

Literally,nobody has ever believed me once when I’ve suggested apple salsa. They scrunc hup their noses, take a minute to think about it, and then quickly tell me “Nope.”I don’t blame them, I felt the same way at first. I already don’t LOVE fruit salsas, and I don’t necessarily think apples have the right texture

Corn Salsa

When I want a sweeter salsa that’s not fruit-forward, I reach for corn. Corn is a great addition to salsa for the crunch, the bit of sweetness, and it’s really pretty! I also like to add black beans to my corn salsa to balance out the sugar with a bit of protein. Corn salsa is

Avocado Salsa

When I start to tell someone about my avocado salsa and they respond with some quip about “isn’t that called guacamole?”  I gently point out the difference. Guacamole is fucking blended and avocado-forward. Avocado salsa is fucking diced, fresh, and remains tomato forward.  I like to use avocado salsa more as a filling than a

Mango Salsa

There’s nothing new and exciting about fruit salsa, but a well done mango salsa is always welcome. My name is Darcie and I’ve been making salsas for almost a decade now. I’m particularly interested in the balance between sweet and spicy in a fruit salsa, like mango. The reason I’m sharing my mango salsa recipe