Indian Spiced Salsa Recipe
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I like salsa. It is the only way that you will find me eating chips and it’s also great to throw on things like chicken when making dinner. You probably also know that I like REALLY spicy food, even spicier than my Indian husband.
When I was approached to make my own salsa at home, I thought it would be a great idea to make it the way I wanted since I can never find any that are hot enough. Yes, I’m crazy. I also decided to throw in a little Indian flair because I think I am now one by marriage or however that works.
When Billy was visiting for the Chicago Spring Half Marathon, I made sure that we stopped into a local Walmart to grab some diced tomatoes. I have used Hunt’s tomatoes in a variety of recipes, but I didn’t realize that they make so many varieties. I went with the plain ones because I got overwhelmed.
I decided to use some basics of a salsa recipe (garlic, onion, lime) and some Indian spices. Red chili powder is my favorite to mix in with things to instantly give you that slow, powerful burn. That is why I have an entire jar of it plus about 2 more packages in the pantry.
Yes, I know that cilantro would have been appropriate for both regular salsa and Indian salsa, but I hate it so much. Feel free to add it if you want!
I also like my salsa on the watery side, but if you don’t then make sure to drain the tomatoes before adding them! A little avocado never hurt either 🙂
I saved some of the leftover salsa (after I ate a bunch with a spoon) and have been using it in my eggs in the morning. Look at that wonderful morning glow and some salsa-fied eggs.
Indian Spiced Salsa
- 1 can Hunt’s diced tomatoes
- 1/2 red onion, diced
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- juice of 1/2 lime (or more to taste)
- 1/2 avocado, diced
- 1/4-1/2 tsp garam masala
- 1/4-1/2 tsp red chili powder
- salt and pepper to taste
- Dice or mince onion, garlic, and avocado. Drain the tomatoes if you want a chunkier salsa, but if not then simply add the can to a large bowl.
- Add in the onion, garlic, lime juice, spices, and salt/pepper. Stir.
- Top with avocado and serve with chips or use as a topping for chicken.
This recipe is super fast and simple which is just how I like to prepare my foods.
If you have an Ibotta account (see here for more details), click here to redeem a coupon for Hunt’s Tomatoes! Buy 3 Hunt’s Tomatoes any variety 6 oz or larger at Walmart and receive $1.00 in your Ibotta account. (All 3 products must be purchased on the same shopping trip.)
You can also head over to the Hunt’s site to see all the creative ways you can make salsa at home!
- Do you like salsa?
- How spicy do you like your food?
- What else can I put my salsa on?