Fresh salsa makes a perfect topping on chicken, beef, pork, or fish, and is equally delicious served as an appetizer with vegetables, tortillas chips, or pita bread. Our easy salsa recipes include sweet mango salsa, tangy tomato-based salsas, salsa verde, plus traditional Mexican salsas.
Heartier than your average salsa, this recipe features fiber-rich black beans. The zip is courtesy of green onion and cayenne pepper; the chill comes from chopped cucumber and tomato.
When enchilada recipes call for salsa verde, make it homemade! Tomatillos and jalapeno peppers lend the distinctive green color, which is balanced by a pinch of sugar.
Finely chopped ingredients make this salsa great for bite-size chips. You'll need a blender or food processor to get the tomatoes ready. The ingredients simmer together to distribute their flavors.
This tomato salsa works just as well with green tomatoes as it does with ripe ones. Big veggie chunks give it great looks and bold flavor with less chopping.
Love the flavors of skillet-roasted veggies? Get your fix with this corn-based salsa, which starts with corn, peppers, and garlic roasted atop your oven. This salsa is tastiest served warm.
Upgrade this citrusy salsa by serving it in a hollowed-out pineapple. It's sweet and juicy, and you'll especially love that you can enjoy the tropical flavors for less than 20 calories per serving.
Feta cheese adds tanginess while avocados add creaminess to this easy tomato salsa recipe. Serve it with baked pita chips.
Try this tangy fruit salsa with sliced jicama instead of chips, or serve it over grilled chicken.
Light as summer, this fruit-heavy salsa is best served on a juicy slice of watermelon. Honey and lime juice are a great marinade for the chopped fruits; a scoop of lime sorbet finishes off this far-from-basic salsa recipe.
Find a new use for fresh corn! Whole grilled kernels add health and heartiness to this garden-inspired salsa. Bonus: This salsa is easy to make ahead. Toss it together the night before your event -- it gets better with time.
This zippy salsa, a favorite Better Homes and Gardens recipe, is fresh, healthy, and delicious.
Jalapenos add a touch of heat to this refreshing blend of fresh avocados, cucumbers, and strawberries. Serve the salsa with colorful tortilla chips or as a topper for grilled fish.
The sweetness of melon balances the heat in this spicy tomato salsa recipe. Gravenstein apples add a tart twist.
With lots of garlic, jalapeno peppers, and cilantro, this chunky salsa recipe is brimming with flavor and has a light, traditional kick.
With its fresh tropical flavors, this salsa recipe makes a delicious topping for grilled chicken or pork.
A spicy honey-mustard-lime dressing adds zip to this fresh summer salsa recipe.