Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo-olé! We're way too busy this week to throw a proper dinner party on a Tuesday night. Plus it's a "school night," so we're just going to have friends over for a low-key margarita and chips-and-salsa party on our deck. It's a good excuse to get together and unwind after work. And since most salsas taste better with age, I can make them tonight. (And if you do have time to throw a dinner party, check out our Healthy Mexican Recipe Collection!)
My favorite salsa is Salsa Rojo (recipe below). It's a homemade version of the tomato salsa served at taco stands and burrito joints everywhere. Try it with all your favorite Mexican foods-it even works as enchilada sauce.
Tomato & Green Olive Salsa is a zesty spin on standard tomato salsa that includes sliced green olives and hot pepper relish. Serve as a dip with toasted pita chips or spoon over grilled fish or chicken.
Try Watermelon Salsa with tortilla chips as a refreshing alternative to aRead More »from 5 fresh, homemade salsas