Salsa is the ketsup of the Southwest US and Mexico. The word translates as "sauce." It is usually a spicy recipe of tomatoes, chilis and peppers.
This pages of salsa products will be continuously updated with new items and discounts.
While fresh homemade salsa is preferred, it is not always possible to prepare. That's why we are offering these products to our visitors. In many parts of the world, salsa is not available in stores.
Gourmet Foods from amazon.com
List: $8.95. Buy New: $6.95
Mild flavor, 13 oz.,product of Hawaii. Contains Pineapple chunks. Ingredients: tomatoes, pineapple, Maui onions, Thai peppers.
Los Tios Chipotle Salsa
Made with roasted tomatoes and garlic. Delicious. Great to cook with. Smoky Flavor. Ingredients: Tomatoes, chipotle peppers, onions, vinegar, garlic, vegetable oil(s) (soybean, &/or safflower), salt, water, calcium chloride, citric acid, spices, natural flavors. Also 12 and 32 oz available.
Salsa Making Kits
LaCuisine Salsa Maker/Food ProcessorLaCuisine Salsa Maker/Food Processor
This compact, easy to operate food processor will make chopping a pleasure. It comes with two attachments, one for chopping and one for beating. Simply place the appropriate blade in the container, cover, turn the handle, and you are on the way to great tasting home made salsa, cole slaw, and spreads. You can even make your own dips and home made salad dressings in a snap! Includes triple action rotary chopper, and rotary beater. Container measures 6 1/2'' x 3'' deep. Gift boxed 2 lbs. Please Note: We are striving to keep our cost down so we can offer you great prices and low shipping charges. We even pay your standard shipping on all orders over $75.00 and we only charge $6.99 flat rate for all orders below $75.00 (inside the contiguous USA).
Norpro Hand-Operated 2-Speed Salsa Maker and Mini-Food Processor
This mini food processor has the double title of "salsa maker" for good reason: the tradeoff for its tasty purchase price is a bit of extra time chopping and dicing-- best for small batches of sauce or salsas.
Since salsa has replaced ketchup as America's number-one condiment, Coyote Cafe chef Miller, with accomplices, introduces even more of this kind of side dish. In 100 recipes, salsas are ranked 0-to-10 on a mild-to-hot scale, and incorporate a variety of backyard and exotic ingredients.
Salsas That Cook : Using Classic Salsas To Enliven Our Favorite Dishes
There's a lot more going on with salsa than its traditional role as a dip or dunk for corn chips. Rick Bayless, author of the bestselling Mexican Kitchen, is on a mission to prove to home cooks everywhere that this spicy sauce adds oomph to pasta, zest to meats, passion to potatoes and other foods.
Salsa Lovers Cook Book: More Than 180 Sensational Salsa Recipes for Appetizers, Salads, Main Dishes and Desserts