Fresh, hot, and tangy salsa is so much better when it's homemade.
Smoky, spicy, sweet, bright, and complex, this is the one salsa to rule them all.
Adding ketchup, citrus, and spice transforms store-bought salsa into the perfect accompaniment for fries, tater tots, and taquitos.
Salting and draining the tomatoes guarantees better flavor and texture in this take on the classic Mexican condiment.
Charring the vegetables adds a smoky edge that complements their natural sweetness.
Cocoa, sweet ancho, smoky chipotle, and toasty fried almonds combine for a thick puréed salsa with an earthy-sweet flavor.
Roasted garlic and toasted nuts temper the bold flavor of this habanero- and orange juice-spiked dip.
Charred tomatoes are mixed with lemon, black pepper, and Worcestershire sauce, plus fresh chile de arbol.
Quick-pickled red onions and sweet fresh peaches balance the heat of serrano chilies in this bold, tangy, vibrant mix.
Sick of tomatoes but still craving salsa? This sweet and tangy orange-tomatillo salsa will do you just right.
With its bittersweet, tangy intensity, this salsa-like blend is best partnered with heartier, meaty dishes like grilled skirt steak.
A basic salsa verde made with simmered tomatillos and cilantro.
Colombian ají comes in countless variations, but we're partial to this tomato and onion-based rendition.
Roasting your standard salsa ingredients lends more intensity to the tomatoes.
Poblanos and serranos pack serious heat in this sour cream-spiked tomatillo salsa.