Easy, good, make it with things you have at home.
I think this recipe is even better than Chili's salsa. The only change I made was to use fresh jalapenos instead of canned. It's great for chips and salsa, tacos, nachos, or anything you want to add some great flavor to. Excellent.
It's Super Bowl Sunday and we are just having a family party so I'm just throwing stuff together. I just made it and it's sitting in the fridge. I had to try it right away though and it was good. I'm sure it will only get better as it chills. Even though I ate Chili's Chips and Salsa along with their top shelf margarita :) (and I LOVED it) all the time in college it's been awhile since I've had it so I don't remember what it was like. Update: Made it again (Aug. 2006) with tomatoes from the garden instead of the can of whole tomatoes. Much better. Will be making again and again.
Look's pretty good.I'm going to try it. It's hard to find any good store bought Salsa. Even the On the Border brand does not take like in the restaurant. I'm going to try this and then maybe try it with some variation as well. I've seen some versions that use lime juice. Also, I think they're connected with On the Order, and I see leafy stuff in theirs. I'm going to assume its cilantro
Absolutely Delicious !! My Husband and I loved this recipe. It tastes like Chili's. Thank you for the recipe.
Pretty good but,I think it needs some cilantro but,I guess Chili's don't have it in there.
Made this several times now and just love it. I have used fresh jalapenos as well as bottled with same result. This tastes just like the restaurant's hot sauce. Thanks -- saves me trips to Chili's just to pick up chips & salsa!
This has been in our fridge almost constantly for the last six months--it is wonderful! We like it better than the salsa you get when you GO to Chili's. LOL We definitely like it better after it has been in the fridge for a day or two, so I always try to plan ahead with this. VARIATIONS/CHANGES: Changes I make depending on what I have on hand--use fire roasted tomatoes instead of the plain diced, add lime juice (a couple tablespoons), add fresh garlic (2-4 cloves), add dried cilantro (1-2 teaspoons), skip the jalapeno