The tortilla chip’s best friend is salsa. Salsa has become a must-have with starters or basic snacks.
Salsa is the perfect party food: it’s delicious, simple to serve, and everybody likes it.
Did you know that salsa also has health benefits?
Salsa means sauce and traditionally has referred to a particular combination of tomatoes, onions, cilantro and spice from chilli peppers. Initially, it was used with Mexican food and as a dip for chips. However, in recent years, everyone has been using it as a flavouring with almost everything: burgers, baked potatoes, eggs and other foods.
Savoury side dish
In larger portions, the several vegetables and fruits in salsa provide antioxidant vitamins, natural phytochemicals (such as lycopene in tomatoes), and the mineral potassium in such short supply in our diets.
Wide range of salsas
There is an unbelievably wide range of salsas. You can make uncooked salsa in 15 minutes with the combination of products and flavourings that suits your taste for spiciness.
So why restrict your love for salsa just to the chips? On the Border has different types of Salsa that you can try out with any dish!