Avocado, tomato and jack cheese salsa

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

A really yummy salsa like dip for tortilla chips. You can make several days ahead if desired.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In large bowl, mix all ingredients.
  2. Cover and chill until ready to serve.


Most Helpful

I prepared this to munch on, while I settled in to watch my beloved Chicago Bears receive their weekly drubbing. It was a welcome diversion from the usual, heavy, cheese dips I normally consume on weekends, as it didn't leave me feeling like I had a brick in my stomache. Very tasty, fresh, and colorful. After one day, however, the avocada had browned substantially, so I would caution against preparing ahead of time.

misfit December 16, 2002

OK so I've been m aking this for years with out the avocodo. I think with that addition it would still remain in the 5 star category maybe 6 because who doesn't love avocado? I use the Zesty Italian salad dressing packet and add 1/2 vinegar 1/2 lime in place of the full amount of vinegar. I would definitly add more tomatoes to this unless you are using beef steak tomatoes. I typically use 5 roma tomatoes and 5 green onions and all of the dressing. The tomatoes will eventually soak up dressing over time. Thanks for sharing....

nikol April 03, 2009

Pouring a little lime juice helped prevent the avacado from turning brown.

Brian Davis April 11, 2003

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