Black Bean Salsa, homemade in small batches in North Carolina is loaded with thick veggies, including tomatoes, peppers, and corn giving this salsa a scorching heat with a taste of the Southwest. Makes a great tortilla dip! This dip can be used in quesadillas, burritos, chili, hot dogs and casseroles.
Creative uses for Black Bean Salsa
- Salsa: Homemade Black Bean Salsa can be used in place of your traditional relishes to provide a sweet, hot, spicy twist.
- Condiment: Add Black Bean Salsa to your hamburgers, hot dogs, Bratwurst, BBQ sandwiches, tuna, and stuffed tomatoes.
- Side Dish or Dip: Simply place our Black Bean Salsa as a side dish to your favorite meals, or mix with cream cheese or sour cream for a fast dip with chips or pretzels
Ingredients: Tomatoes, Black Beans, Peppers, Corn, Pure Cane Sugar, Water, Spices, Salt, Citric Acid, Acetic Ae, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Benzoate, FD&C Red#40, Calcium sodium EDTA
Tortilla Chips and Salsa was designated as the Official State Snack ofTexas in 2003.
On the 50th anniversary of Pace Foodsin 1997, May was declared National Salsa Month in recognition of the popularity and unique heritage of salsa.
Pace Foods uses 22 million pounds of fresh jalapeno peppers every year, more than anyone else in the country.
Sales of Salsa overtook Ketchup sales in 1991 (in terms of dollar value).
Tomatoes and Jalapenos are actually fruits, not vegetables.
Relish or Salsa:
The only real difference is that the word 'relish' is of French origin, and the word 'salsa' is of Spanish origin. They are both condiments intended to add flavor to other foods, and both can be either raw or cooked.