Showcase fresh fruits and vegetables in these sweet-and-spicy salsas that can be served as appetizers or toppings for grilled meats, poultry and seafood.
Smoky Black Bean and Mango SalsaSmoky, sweet, and a tiny bit spicy, this salsa makes a divine topping for tacos.
Melon SalsaUse any orange- or green-fleshed melon for this sweet and zesty fruit salsa and serve it as an appetizer with chips or with grilled fish, chicken or pork.
Chunky Strawberry-Avocado SalsaThis salsa is the definition of summer simplicity, featuring sweet strawberries, crunchy radishes, and creamy avocado.
Italian-Style Salsa Verde
This all-purpose condiment is vibrant and packed with herbs and makes everything taste garden fresh. It brightens up our sliders and can also be stirred into scrambled eggs or drizzled over steak.
Roasted Corn SalsaFresh corn, tomatoes, onions, and parsley are tossed with a sweet-hot vinaigrette to make this favorite summertime salsa. Pair with tortilla chips for a colorful appetizer or serve alongside grilled burgers, chicken, or ribs.
Summer Squash and Zucchini SalsaIf you have an overflowing abundance of summer squash and zucchini in your garden, this is the recipe for you. Serve alongside grilled chicken or fish.
Avocado-Mango SalsaMade with the freshest of ingredients, this salsa stands alone as an appetizer with your favorite chips, or serve as a topping on your favorite white chili.
Three-Fruit SalsaCombine strawberries, mango and cantaloupe for the base of this fruit salsa, and then add some savory flavor with cucumber, bell pepper, and onion. Serve this fruit-and-veggie salsa as a side dish or a topping for grilled fish or chicken.
Spring SalsaThis colorful salsa with corn, tomato and jalapeño pepper would be equally delicious served over salad greens or in warm tortillas with grilled chicken.
Meyer Lemon Salsa VerdeThis addictive recipe by Gayle Pirie and John Clark of San Francisco's Foreign Cinema is integral to their Scrambled Eggs with Meyer Lemon Salsa Verde. But it makes enough that you'll have some left over for grilled bread, steaks, or sardines; roast chicken or vegetables; or sandwiches.
Red Onion, Olive, and Feta SalsaThis Mediterranean-inspired salsa features kalamata olives, oregano, and feta cheese. Serve with pita chips or as a topping for Greek lamb burgers.
Green Apple-Cucumber SalsaThis refreshingly tart salsa features Granny Smith apple, cucumber and jalapeño tossed in a mixture of fresh lime juice and brown sugar. Use it as a topping for grilled pork tenderloin or grilled pork chops.
Blueberry SalsaFresh blueberries provide the sweet while jalapeño pepper, bell pepper and cilantro provide the savory. Serve with toasted flour tortilla strips for an easy appetizer or side dish.
Green Tomato SalsaGo green the next time you make salsa with this recipe featuring green tomatoes, jalapeño, avocado, and cilantro. Serve with tortilla chips as an appetizer or use as a topping for grilled chicken or fish.
Nectarine and Radish SalsaServe this no-cook condiment with grilled chicken, pork, or fish. Or use as a topping for grilled bread or a dip for toasted tortilla wedges.
Golden Pico de GalloThis pico de gallo is "golden" because it highlights yellow tomatoes, orange bell peppers, and pickled banana peppers.
Strawberry-Avocado SalsaServe this sweet and savory salsa with roast chicken, sautéed fish, or grilled pork tenderloin. You can also enjoy it as a snack with baked tortilla chips.
Warm Corn-Poblano SalsaPoblano peppers are mild chile peppers that originated from Mexico. In a salsa, these peppers create mild, pleasant level of heat.
Smoky Tomato SalsaSmoked tomatoes and jalapeño pepper make a world of difference in this salsa and blend beautifully with the garlic and lime.
Roasted Red Pepper-and-Corn SalsaShowcase grilled fresh corn in this savory corn and roasted bell pepper salsa. Serve it with chips or on top of grilled chicken.
Salsa VerdeSalsa verde is a versatile Latin condiment. Serve it over tacos, grilled steak or fish, or even hot dogs. Use it to make enchiladas or flavorful slow-cooker chicken. Of course, there's always the option to eat it plain with tortilla chips!