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    The 30 BEST Salsa Recipes

    If you’re looking to add tons of flavors to your food, or just want to do endless chip dipping, you’ve come to the right place!

    This collection of thirty amazing homemade Salsa Recipes is going to transform your food. Whether you’re looking for something fiery, mild, sweet, or somewhere in between, you’ll find it here.

    So get ready to have some amazing taco nights, and to be the star of the pool party. These salsas are all so much better than store bought.

    Go through all of these great salsa recipes, they’re all so flavorful. Have fun!

    The 30 BEST Salsa Recipe.

    Salsa Recipes:

    1. Mango Salsa

    You gotta try mango salsa in the summer time when you see some juicy, ripe mangoes. All you doing is chopping and mixing a few ingredients. Life can’t get easier than that… right?

    Great for get togethers and potlucks alongside plenty of tortilla chips. Or use it as topping for tacos or over baked chicken or fish like our baked salmon with mango salsa.

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    2. Salsa Taquera (Chili de Árbol Salsa)

    If you like HOT, this classic Salsa Taquera is for you. Fiery árbol chilis and a few other simple ingredients blend together for the ultimate taco experience!

    This one is what you would encounter in authentic Mexcican Taquerias along with their different assortments of tacos.

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    3. Peach Salsa

    This fresh peach salsa is one of the delights of summer. It’s perfect with chips, over bruschetta, or on your favorite grilled meat.

    Just try this super salsa recipe before peach season is over.

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    4. Quick and Easy Pico de Gallo

    Easy, fresh and delicious. This Pico de Gallo whips up in 10 minutes and is great with chips as an appetizer, or as a condiment to many of your favorite Mexican dishes.

    Try this fresh pico next time you have a get together.

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    5. Pineapple Salsa

    This fresh and tropical Pineapple Salsa recipe will be a big hit at your next get together. It only takes 15 minutes, and is great for dipping tortilla chips, as well as a topping for seafood or chicken.

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    6. Salsa Verde

    Ready for a fresh new salsa to spice up your kitchen? This Salsa Verde, or tomatillo sauce, is the super simple and super versatile sauce you need!

    This is the one you’ll want to slather all over your tacos, burritos, enchiladas and even burgers.

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    7. Fresh Classic Tomato Salsa

    Now check out this Fresh Homemade Salsa. It’s a basic restaurant style salsa ready for snacking in only 5 minutes.

    Perfect for non-stop tortilla chip dipping.

    Get the Recipe @ cookingclassy

    8. Molcajete Salsa (Fire-Roasted Salsa)

    Salsa de Molcajete is ground in a Molcajete, a traditional Mexican mortar and pestle made from volcanic rock.

    Made with roasted tomatoes, chilies and garlic, this chunky salsa is great for dipping, or with your favorite Mexican mains.

    Get the Recipe @ maricruzavalos

    9. Avocado Salsa

    Avocado salsa is kind of cross between pico de gallo and chunky guacamole. It has avocados, tomatoes, onions, jalapeños and zesty cilantro lime dressing.

    If you love avocados, this will definitely be one of your favorite salsas.

    Get the Recipe @ cafedelites

    10. Corn Salsa

    If you’re looking to add some freshness to your Mexican night, this quick and easy corn salsa makes the perfect topper for tacos and burrito bowls.

    Get the Recipe @ carlsbadcravings

    11. Strawberry Salsa

    Strawberry Salsa is the spicy sweet appetizer you’ll want to make all summer long! It’s great with tortilla chips, or as a topper to grilled chicken or shrimp.

    With only six ingredients, this is an easy way to add a touch of sweetness to your Mexican nights.

    Get the Recipe @ cookieandkate

    12. Roasted Tomato Salsa

    Just wait until you see how much flavor is added to your salsa when the tomatoes are roasted, along with onions, garlic and jalapeño. That little bit of charring goes a long way.

    This salsa recipe pairs beautifully with all kinds of Mexican food.

    Get the Recipe @ gimmesomeoven

    13. Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Chips

    Who says salsa can’t be for dessert? This fruit salsa is like a finely chopped fruit salad. Along with cinnamon pita chips for dipping, this makes a great summer dessert to wrap up your Mexican night.

    Get the Recipe @ thecookierookie

    14. Peanut Chipotle Salsa

    This Peanut Chipotle Salsa is very unique and one of the most flavorful salsa recipes you will ever make.

    Combining peanuts with smoky chipotle peppers creates numerous layers of flavors. Try this one out for your next potluck.

    Get the Recipe @ gimmesomeoven

    15. Corn & Cherry Tomato Salsa

    Corn & Cherry Tomato Salsa will become your favorite summer recipe. This cooked salsa recipe is perfect for canning when the fresh crops are in.

    Grab your favorite tortilla chips and get dipping!

    Get the Recipe @ cookieandkate

    16. Chipotle Salsa

    Chipotle Salsa makes great use of the smoky flavor of chipotle peppers, while using enough other ingredient to keep it from being overbearing.

    It’s a perfectly balanced salsa that will go great with your favorite Mexican dishes.

    Get the Recipe @ dinneratthezoo

    17. Rainbow Salsa

    Rainbow Salsa is a colorful dish that’s loaded with bright tomatoes, multicolored peppers, black beans, red onion, corn, fresh cilantro and lime juice. Enjoy with chips, nachos, and burritos.

    Get the Recipe @ gimmesomeoven

    18. Watermelon Salsa

    Watermelon salsa is a refreshing perfect for hot days. Served up in a watermelon bowl, along with plenty of chips, this will be a stunner at your summer cookouts.

    Get the Recipe @ thegunnysack

    19. Salsa Macha

    Salsa Matcha us unique in that it doesn’t have tomatoes, but once you try it, you’ll want to drizzle it on everything.

    This tasty salsa is made of pan-fried Mexican chiles, oil, peanuts, and apple cider vinegar

    Get the Recipe @ isabeleats

    20. Mango Habanero Salsa

    If you love the combination of spicy and sweet, this is definitely the salsa for you!

    Combining sweet mango and spicy habanero peppers, along with the standard salsa ingredients, this goes especially well with fish or chicken.

    Get the Recipe @ familydinners

    21. Peruvian Salsa Criolla

    If you like onions, this is the salsa for you. (Note: my husband does not recommend this recipe)

    Get the Recipe @ greenhealthycooking

    22. Guajillo Chile Salsa

    This simple, medium spicy, salsa is a great all around condiment. It’s a smooth sauce that’s not only good for dipping and drizzling, but it can be used as a flavor enhancer in soups and stews.

    Get the Recipe @ maricruzavalos

    23. Guacamole Salsa

    Guacamole Salsa is a fusion of salsa verde and guacamole, creating the ultimate Mexican green sauce.

    It’s thinner than guacamole, so in addition to dipping chips, you can also use it as a salsa for your favorite tacos or burritos.

    Get the Recipe @ isabeleats

    24. Jalapeño Salsa

    This Jalapeño Salsa, made with fresh jalapeños, garlic, avocado oil and lime juice, is a great alternative to your conventional tomato based salsas.

    You can easily adjust the heat level to your preference.

    Get the Recipe @ gimmesomeoven

    25. Cascabel Chile Salsa

    Cascabel Chili Salsa is a distinctive salsa that is both mild, and robust on flavor. It minimizes other ingredients, allowing the flavor of the cascabel chilis to really stand out.

    Get the Recipe @ mexicanplease

    26. Chiltomate Salsa

    Chiltomate Salsa is a rustic salsa of dry roasted tomatoes, peppers, onion and garlic. It’s common in southeast Mexico, and is an all around versatile salsa.

    Get the Recipe @ pinaenlacocina

    27. Pineapple and Poblano Salsa

    This Pineapple Poblano Salsa with Avocado is a boldly flavored recipe. It goes great as a dip, or with tacos, burritos or bowl meals.

    Get the Recipe @ fuelingasouthernsoul

    28. Fire Roasted Salsa Negra

    Salsa Negra, meaning “black sauce”, is a smoky and bold salsa.

    Tomatoes and peppers are fire roasted until well charred, then blended into a puree. If you love grilling and the distinctive flavors it imparts, you should definitely try this salsa.

    Get the Recipe @ theviewfromgreatisalnd

    29. Salsa Borracha

    Salsa Borracha has a variety of salsa staples like fresh chiles, tomato, tomatillo, onion and garlic, but with one major addition: beer.

    Give it a try, you may find it’s your new favorite salsa.

    Get the Recipe @ pinaenlacocina

    30. How To Build a Salsa Bar

    If you want to arrange a summer party or get together with family and friends, make sure to build a Salsa Bar.

    This entertaining style is so simple and easy, and chips and salsa make a wonderful snacking appetizer. You can add a variety of your favorite homemade salsas for a truly customizable salsa experience. Your guests and family will surely be impressed.

    Get the Recipe @ damndelicious

    So many great salsa recipes for you to make. They’re all sure to add tons of flavor to your kitchen.

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    The 30 BEST Homemade Salsas

    These thirty amazing homemade Homemade Salsas will add a ton of flavor to you food, and are great for endless dipping! We love this easy pico de gallo:


    • 4 large ripe red tomatoes
    • 1 small white onion
    • 1 medium jalapeño or serrano, seeds and fibers removed.
    • 1/2 cup cilantro
    • 2 Tbsp lime juice
    • Salt to taste


    1. Chop onions, tomatoes, cilantro and jalepeño. (The jalepeño should be finely chopped). Mix all ingredients in bowl.
    2. Let rest for 30 minutes before serving.


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