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Homenavarrow Cooking Tips & Advice

How to make salsa not so hot

You have made homemade salsa, but have discovered - after you have made it, of course - that it is far too hot and spicy for everyone's taste! Instead of throwing it out and starting over, instead grab a few fresh tomatoes and dice them up and add them to the salsa. If it starts to look too much like just chopped tomatoes, add a bit of diced green peppers and/or onions, but avoiding anything that could give it any kind of a kick.

Also, dairy does dilute the hotness, so if you are making it as a layered dip, using less salsa and adding extra cheese or sour cream can help it from being too hot.

 



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