Salsa, meaning sauce in Spanish, comes in so many variations. With so little to define a salsa, the ingredient combinations are endless. Fruit salsas are often chunky and satisfy any sweet-and-tangy cravings, while salsa verde is mostly liquid and can be used as a delicious sauce on everything from tacos to meat. This condiments adds big flavors to meals no matter what version you choose. Whether you’re putting together a plate of chips and salsa or using one of these recipes to spoon over a meal, Food & Wine’s guide has unlimited ideas.
No disrespect to store-bought salsa, but this simple, homemade black bean-and-corn version is so much better. You can also toss it with chopped romaine and grilled chicken to make a satisfying salad or taco filling. Can’t get fresh corn? Use 1 1/2 cups thawed frozen corn in place of the fresh. Slideshow: More Salsa Recipes
Wrinkled Berry Salsa with Herb & Kale Stems
Berries bring sweetness to an otherwise savory salsa.Reprinted from Scraps, Wilt & Weeds: Turning Wasted Food into Plenty by Mads Refslund and Tama Matsuoka Wong. Copyright 2017 by Grand Central Life & Style. Published by Hachette Book Group (hachettebookgroup.com) Slideshow: More Delicious Salsa Recipes