The original use was to tame hot chili down a bit. I put that and peanut butter in mine when it's too hot. Both sound odd but you can't taste it at all.
Another weird ingredient is carrots. A guy in SLC puts them in his and it's the best salsa I've found.
Put some respeck in my paycheck
I get that, but I don't like carrots in my salsa.
I DO like to dip carrots in cider though.
That's what I was going to suggest. Refrigerated salsa from a grocery store. I like Harmons' refrigerated salsa.Im not a big fan of any salsa that comes in a jar. It generally isnt that great. I guess Pace is ok, but once you get hooked on fresh salsa , it just isnt the same. Some grocery stores will make their own and its pretty good. Smith's use to make the bomb fresh salsa but quit making it. At least the stores I have been to did. The last place I had really good fresh salsa from a store was a place up in Park City. I think its called Fresh Market just off of Park Ave and Homestake dr.
I agree on La Puente Salsa.
It is the worst, but I love it. Probly cuz when I'm eating it my taste buds are already anticipating the smothered burrito awesomeness to come.
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salsa is overrated. upgrade to queso.
sugar, no garlic, no jalapenos...
I think you're confusing "salsa" with "breakfast cereal".
quit hatin on queso bro
queso kicks salsa's ass. sugar or no sugar.
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