Cranberry Chili Salsa
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 10 min.
So this salsa is wonderful for sure! The only thing that I decided to do differently then the recipe is to add a whole teaspoon of ’Sweet Bite chili sauce,( world best chili sauce in 2017 ) i get as a present from my friend and it really tasted wonderful. This salsa has a great refreshing taste and I you can really make it as mild or hot as you want it based on how much chili you add. I am a college student so I am always looking for things to snack on or take for group dinners and this is pretty cost effective and delicious, making it the perfect option!
This is the best salsa I've ever had. I make it for every BBQ. Love it!
Whoops! I forgot to rate it.....FIVE STARS BABY!!!
I served this as an appetizer at Thanksgiving and at my bible study group. It was a total hit! I was a little afraid that it was too hot when I sampled it right after I made it, but after it was in the fridge overnight, the flavors melded so well. I made it exactly as the recipe called for, except that I put the whites of the onions in the food processor (I used my blender), but reserved the green tops to mix in after it was blended; to add to the color and texture. Great recipe! Don't be afraid to try it!
This is the best. I am not a fan of cranberries and absolutly loved this.
Wow! What an explosion of different flavors in your mouth. I forgot to add the grated lime peel, but it was still exceptional. I used an entire bunch of cilantro (before it wilted) and just love it. I wonder if this will freeze nicely. I'd like to make a bunch while fresh cranberries are still available.
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La Salsa mexican restaurants in Calif make something similar for the holidays...oh so good!!! I make something like your recipe...only I use canned cranberry sauce
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This is absolutely delicious! I have a blender and found it hard to keep the salsa chunkiness, so I may hand chop at least half the cranberries next time and add in. I make homemade tortilla chips by cutting 96% fat free tortillas into wedges and baking in a 350' oven for 8-10 minutes or until light golden brown. I will be looking for more opportunities to serve this over the holidays!