A Tomato-less salsa combination of corn, red peppers, and onion.
Category: Salsa, Dips & Sauces.
Kenneth – July 29, 2014:
File under “meh.” I’m not saying salsa it has to be covered in Sriracha to be good, but much like their Cowboy Caviar, this tastes pretty bland to me.
Robin – January 12, 2015:
It’s very difficult to find a good salsa when there are tomato allergies in the family- but this fits the bill. Kinda like my mom’s homemade bread and putter pickles- as far as taste profile goes. It’s one of the VERY few I’ve found out there that satisfies as a tortilla chip dip that does NOT have tomatoes in it.
Caitlin – October 18, 2016:
I like this salsa a lot! It’s got a kick to it, but it’s not too overpowering. It’s good in burritos, enchiladas, and Mexican-themed casseroles.
Carol – February 14, 2017:
I always have this in the pantry. Toss it with romaine lettuce and black beans for a dinner salad.
ADB – November 30, 2017:
I mix it with 2/3 of a can of black beans, rinse the beans first. It’s a great dip that goes fast at parties. The beans makes it less sweet and doubles the quantity of the salsa. Cheaper and less sweet than buying cowboy caviar (healthier as well!)/.
Valree Augustine – November 8, 2019:
I love throwing this over their frozen tamales!! I love the way it tastes BUT – BUT – BUT there is a whole grain spice that absolutely makes me gag when I bite down on it. I believe they are coriander seeds. Would it be possible to grind those? I hate having to pick them out before I start to eat. Thanks
Not that bad