Over the past two years I have developed a wicked obsession with salsa. Maybe you have too if you’ve found yourself on this page. Let’s jump right into the 5 salsa dips you have to try!
Stonewall Kitchen Chipotle Pineapple Salsa
This stuff is heaven solidified. Or perhaps liquefied? Either way I am hooked on this stuff and I buy it every single time I go to the local grocery store. It’s zesty and rich with flavor packed into every bite. If smokey salsas aren’t your thing, continue on down to see what else there is to offer.
2. Tostitos Chunky Mild Salsa
A classic staple salsa. Tostitos Chunky Milk Salsa has to be one of the most popular and noted brads in the industry. There’s a reason for this. The stuff is damn good! I would recommend Tostitos to those who haven’t really explored the world or salsa and want some good starting ground.
3. Jardine’s 7J Ranch Ghost Pepper Salsa
I’ll start out by saying that this is without a doubt the hottest entry on our list. If you’re not familiar with the Ghost Pepper I suggest you look this one up before you try. Now if you are one of those hot heads who loves to try new things, well, this is the one. A lot of Ghost Pepper salsas can be very cheap and gimmicky, but Jardine’s natural ingredients allow you to really taste what’s within the salsa.
4. Salpica Habanero Lime Salsa
Yum! This is another one of my personal favorites. While the Habanero pepper doesn’t pack as much punch as the Ghost pepper, it’s still worth noting that this salsa is on the hotter side. You’re willing to risk that for the amazing and wonderful lime-y goodness this salsa holds, right? Trust me on this one.
5. Newman’s Own Black Bean & Corn Salsa
Who knew that black bean and corn would be so good in a salsa? Well I guess just about everyone (Duh!) It’s no secret that this stuff is good. What’s even better is that I find it more filling that most salsas. Pair this with some Tostitos Scoops and you’ll almost have yourself a full meal. All profits go to charity when you buy Newman’s Own, so why not try some out today?