All sorts of salsas you just need to try
Salsa de aguacate
It might look like guacamole, but salsa de aguacate is similar to salsa verde, but with avocado blended in.
A cross between pico de gallo and chunky guacamole, this salsa has avocados, tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, and zesty cilantro lime dressing.
This spicy condiment is made of raw Julienned and marinated red onion and habanero chilies.
Another amazing type of fruit salsa, the sweetness of the ripe fruit is perfect with red onion, jalapeño, and cilantro.
One of the most popular forms of salsa, salsa taquera translates into "taco shop sauce." It includes a fresh tomato base that is blended with onions, garlic, and salt.
Got any overripe mangos lying around? Make this simple and delicious salsa if you want to salvage them.
Salsa verde is a green, tomatillo-based salsa. Mixed with green chilies, cilantro, onion, and garlic, it's super tangy and perfect for dipping.
Black beans are the perfect protein-packed addition to pico de gallo. A filling dip, you can use it for dipping tortilla chips, spooning into a burrito, or topping on tacos.
Also known as red salsa, it's very similar to salsa taquera, but it also uses fresh chilies. The flavor is acidic, fresh, and slightly spicy.
Salsa ranchera is a cooked red salsa, which is made with seeded chilies and tomatoes for a better texture.