For a zesty party favor you can whip up in minutes, try our tasty and flavorful salsa mixes! Simply mix with tomatoes or sour cream for a mouth-watering treat.
- Original Blend: Contains red chili, cilantro, onions, sea salt, and spices.
- Green Chili: Contains green chili, onions, sea salt, and spices.
- Southwest: Contains red chili, cilantro, onions, sea salt, and spices.
- All-natural, no sugar or preservatives
- Cooking instructions and recipe ideas included
- Each package contains 7/8 oz (24.5 gm.) of mix.
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I got it for a present for my boss and he loved it!!
I haven't tried the other two yet, but the Green Chili is super-delicious, definitely not bland but also not too spicy.
I got the original flavor and then didn't use as directed. I just mixed the whole packet into a pint of sour cream planning to use it as a dip with vegetables. It's a bit spicy for my taste but then I'm kind of a wimp about spicy things. My husband ate most of it and enjoyed it. I did put some on a baked potato and it was delicious.