Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Salsa Senorita Review

* All Natural Ingredients * No Preservatives * Great Fresh Flavor *

Quick look on you salsa jar and see what is in it and how many ingredients. I bet it has a lot more than a Salsa Senorita's jar. Salsa Senorita put all the flavor in and left out all that other stuff. I received a nice 16 oz jar of their Mild salsa just a few days ago. Sadly not much is left in the jar once my husband got his hands on it he loves his chips and salsa. The Salsa Senorita salsa looked and tasted like I had just made it fresh. It has a nice mild flavor but is still flavorful with Anaheim Chilies, Onion, Cilantro and Garlic.
They have four flavors to choose from Hot, Medium, Roasted Garlic and Mild. If you live in New Mexico, Georgia, Alabama or California you may find a store near you. Everyone can order Salsa Senorita Online


"Salsa SeƱorita, created in a New Mexico kitchen, is an authentic Southwestern creation using only the freshest produce blended together to emphasize the individual characteristics of each ingredient."






Disclaimer: Easy2Save Blog was not paid for this post. Samples received are for review purposes. Opinion and Review content by Easy2Save Blog.

1 comment:

SocialStudiesSoubrette said...

We love salsa. The more cilantro the better!

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