Amazing Salsas to Delight the Tongue @savirfoods_joy @FailedYouTubers

Ever had hot sauce at a restaurant? I have sampled many different sauces, my favorite being the hidden "Mata la Mula" (Kill the mule) hot sauce at Tomatillo's Mexican Restaurant (you have to ask for it). But that's one of the few salsas that have caught my tongue. The truth is, many of the salsas I've had the opportunity to sample include lots of sugar, and they count on that to make them palatable.

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That's why I've started to try new salsas. One of them is from Savir Foods. They offer these salsas:


Here's the list of ingredients for each, click the title to see more info:

Amarillo: Aji Amarillo Peppers, Habanero Peppers, Apple Cider Vinegar, Yellow Onions, Grape Seed Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Organic Dates, Himalayan Pink Salt, Dried Oregano, Garlic Powder, Roasted Cumin Seeds.

Jala Pepa: Jalapenos, Aji Amarillo, Apple Cider Vinegar, Yellow Onions, Cilantro, Green Onions, Red bell pepper, Grape Seed Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Organic Dates, Himalayan Pink Salt, Dried Oregano, Garlic Powder, Roasted Cumin Seeds.

Black Mint: Huacatay (Black Mint), Aji Amarillo, Apple Cider Vinegar, Roasted Peanuts, Yellow Onions, Grape Seed Oil, Nutritional Yeast, Organic Dates, Himalayan Pink Salt, Garlic Powder.

As you will surmise, the Jala Pepa is a great one to start with.  Need something a bit hotter? Amarillo is one to try. There's a rumor that another flavor is coming out...Can't wait to try that one.

Jala Pepa bottle held by Dr. Aida Guhlincozzi. Her review?
"The Jala Pepa sauce is the perfect combination of sweet and spicy, with a delicious, almost fruity flavor with the spice lingering as you reach for more."

I have purchased about $27 worth of salsa from Savir Foods. Can't wait for the next delivery!

Organic Blue Chips

Wondering what chips you could try this with? You might give Blue Corn Tortilla Chips a try...

If you're looking for a healthier alternative to white and yellow corn chips, blue corn tortilla chips just might be the food for you. ... They also contain at least three times as much fiber as other tortilla chips (via Chron). Blue corn tortilla chips also have a lower glycemic index and are full of antioxidants (Source: Health Digest)

They are available from Mission Foods and Garden of Eatin'. Or, Full Circle Market:




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