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Wednesday, February 18

Serrano Salsa by SalsaCrazy Review


 
One of my favorite snacks is tortilla chips and salsa, but finding a good salsa can be a little difficult, especially if you live in a small town like I do. Plus, I don't care for most of the major brands as the ingredients taste artifiical and too sweet.

Luckly, I was sent a 16 fl. oz. jar of Serrano Salsa by SalsaCrazy. Serrano is a chili pepper that originates from the Mexican states of Puebla and Hidalgo. When eaten raw, these peppers are slightly hotter than the jalapeño pepper. It is mostly used in salsa and chili recipes.

This jar of Serrano Salsa has 10 calories per serving (2 tsp) with 112mg of sodium and 1g of sugar.

The ingredients include:

Tomatoes
Green Chiles
Corn
Onion
Garlic
Vinegar
Serrano & Red Habanero Chile Peppers
Fresh Lime
Salt
Chipotle Chile Pepper
Red Bell Pepper
Sugar


While the Serrano Salsa is milder than the SalsaCrazy's Habanero Salsa, it still has a little kick to it. I like the fact that the ingredients are more organic than other brands and that there are no preservatives! It almost tastes like the homemade salsa from my childhood. Overall, the Serrano Salsa by SalsaCrazy is one of the best salsas I have ever eaten.

You can purchase the salsa on Amazon.com.



*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary sample in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.


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