More and more people are opting for salsa rather than the other condiments. Reports reveal that in America, the growing fondness for hot and spicy food is becoming evident and so the partiality to salsa and dip. Some attribute the love for salsa and dip as people's desire to add more fruits and vegetables in their meals.
Preparing salsa and dip has come a long way. The traditional sauce that is made of the very simple combination of onions, tomatoes, cilantro, and chili peppers is now considered the basic. The emergence of salsa and dip recipes is a delight to food lovers since it offers more variety. Through the inclusion of more healthy edibles, salsa and dips make a truly hearty addition into anyone’s diet.
- Grilled Tomato Salsa
Grilled fresh tomatoes and jalapeño with garlic and salt: The core of the tomatoes and the jalapeño stems have to be removed. When all the ingredients have been combined, place the mixture in a food processor. This recipe is free from carbohydrates. It has around 16% daily value of Vitamin C.
- Avocado with Corn Salsa
Avocado with corn salsa made even more flavorful with sautéed fish, this recipe is brimming with nutrients. Rice and beans or quesadillas can be topped with this version of salsa. Simply toss the main ingredients in a bowl, with salt, cilantro, and lime juice to taste.
- Black Bean and Tomato Salsa
Any kind of tomato salsa will be given a kick of unique flavor when prepared with canned black beans. This not only enhances the salsa's nutritional value, it also adds excitement to the usual flavor of tomato salsa.
- Tomato and Pepper Dip
A jar of sweet piquant Peppadew mixed with chopped tomato: this dip is made even tastier with added chives. Use fresh vegetable sticks as toppings. This healthy dip recipe can make meals healthier and will keep up to three days when refrigerated.