With respect, I have to strongly disagree. First, it has too much sugar. Any sugar is too much (this is *salsa*, not Kool-Aid). Second, it's cooked (elsa, how could you buy it six months later and not have a layer of blue fur on top?).If you don't make your own (we usually do), then Renfro's brand mango habanero is really good. It's hard to find good fresh mangoes out of season, and theirs is just enough sweet and just enough heat. It's tasty.
Thanks. I will give it a try.I’ve got one you should try. Check our Sarah Jane Salsa https://www.sarahjanesalsa.com/. A local business located in downtown Argonia, Kansas, Shane and Sarah have been making salsa’s for a number of years and this past August debuted “Rocket Fuel” just before LDRS 38.
It been a tradition down on the rocket pasture for a group of us to unwind after the days activities by snacking on chips and salsa and washing it all down with a cold beverage or two. For those of you who have never been to Argonia, it is a very small rural town with close ties to farming. To have a business like this in this town is almost unheard of and we actively support them. These are really good people making a really good product. You should try some.
Herdez guacamole salsa. It's made with tomatillos instead of red tomatoes, and of course, avocados.
I like to make pulled pork with either of these jarred salsas in the instant pot for quick and easy tacos. Just use some of the salsa with a couple pounds of pork butt, cook, then add more when you pull the pork.Herdez green is my favorite canned salsa. I think fresh is better, but it is what I bring car camping and have in my pantry.
When you get ready to start doing brisket. Give me a shout. I have been smoking brisket for over 30 years.I can’t wait to buy a smoker this summer. I want to make some Brisket.
When you look at smokers, don’t overlook “The Good One” brand. I’ve got the Marshall and it puts out a lot of meat. It’s not as convenient as the pellet grills (it uses lump charcoal), but man does it smoke meat well.I can’t wait to buy a smoker this summer. I want to make some Brisket.
I am sure it is great, just that Kansas is not exactly a place I would think of for salsa.
Did my first brisket a few weeks ago. Got introduced to “the stall”. Living in Texas, I need to figure this out.When you get ready to start doing brisket. Give me a shout. I have been smoking brisket for over 30 years.
That's Texas brisket. Cattle is king out here. I can help you with some tricks of the trade.