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Review: Salsa de Rosa Hot Salsa

 
Salsa de Rosa HOT Salsa
Salsa de Rosa HOT Salsa
Salsa de Rosa HOT Salsa

 
Overview
 

Maker: Salsa de Rosa
13941 NE 85th Street
Redmond, WA 98052
425-241-4894
 
Cost: $10.99 for 64oz from Salsa de Rosa
 
Ingredients: Hand selected tomato, tomatillo, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, garlic, lemon juice, wine vinegar and salt
 
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Total Score
 
 
 
 
 
4.5/ 5


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Bottom Line

In short – these salsa are fantastic. In less then 3 days, then entire 32oz jar was empty and I moved on to the next one. And if you are worried about the shipping of fresh salsa, don’t. The salsas a shipped with an ice pack and even after shipping from Washington to Texas, the ice pack was still frozen and the salsas were nice & cold. Order yourself some today and don’t be shy. Go for the 3 pack and sample each of the heat levels to make sure you find the one that works for you. Enjoy!

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Posted December 6, 2007 by

 
Full Review
 
 

Just over 2 years ago, I first reviewed the entire line up of Salsa de Rosa Fresh Salsas. Since such time has passed, I thought it would be time to bring these salsas back into the limelight. About a month ago, after going through most of the salsas I had in the house, Salsa de Rosa popped into my mind and I promptly ordered 3 of the 32oz jars. I’ll spare everyone writing the entire review again (you can read the original here & below)

Salsa de Rosa Hot Salsa

From the original review:
Now, if I received this salsa in a restaurant, I would be very impressed. Receiving this salsa in the mail bowled me over. Not too hot (the wife can eat it) but just enough heat so that your sinuses will open up – but not run. I cooked up some hamburger, added a can of rinsed black beans to the pan and a 16oz of the Salsa de Rosa Hot. Then I took the mixture and spooned it over nachos. Simply, easy and delicious. Highly recommended to all chileheads, although beginners may only be able to take a little at a time.

Ingredients:
Hand selected tomato, tomatillo, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, garlic, lemon juice, wine vinegar and salt.

Salsa de Rosa Hot Salsa
Up Close
Salsa de Rosa Hot Salsa
On Nachos
Salsa de Rosa Hot Salsa
Shortly after opening it
In short – these salsa are fantastic. In less then 3 days, then entire 32oz jar was empty and I moved on to the next one. And if you are worried about the shipping of fresh salsa, don’t. The salsas a shipped with an ice pack and even after shipping from Washington to Texas, the ice pack was still frozen and the salsas were nice & cold. Order yourself some today and don’t be shy. Go for the 3 pack and sample each of the heat levels to make sure you find the one that works for you. Enjoy!

Salsa de Rosa
13941 NE 85th Street
Redmond, WA 98052


Nick Lindauer

 
The Original Hot Sauce Blog


10 Comments


  1.  
    parker394

    Do I see a kernel of corn in there? Where did that come from?

    Looks good!




  2.  
    thetruth

    Dam Nick the picture ae making me want to come to your house and let you cook me dinner




  3.  
    Buddah

    I want me some, looks delicious.




  4.  

    [Comment ID #119116 Quote]

    I’m hungry, i’ll swing by and pick you up.




  5.  
    Buddah

    Just ordered some now. Can’t wait to try it.




  6.  
    thetruth

    [Comment ID #119133 Quote]

    ok




  7.  
    Leroy

    [Comment ID #119099 Quote]

    I am Cornholio……….!!!




  8.  
    parker394

    [Comment ID #119140 Quote]

    We know that, but where did the corn come from? 😉




  9.  
    Sam

    These guys are local, I think I’ll go see them!




  10.  
    Flattop

    After reading your review Nick I ordered some on Monday. Last nite (thrs) when I got home the package was on my door step.

    This is the best salsa I’ve ever bought. It tastes so fresh and is really addicting. Thanks for reviewing this product.





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