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Jarred Medium Salsa
We love this condiment when it’s homemade, but jarred salsa is more convenient. Which one should you bring home?
What You Need To Know
Americans love salsa—even more than they love ketchup. In terms of dollars spent, salsa has been the most popular condiment in America since 1992, when the New York Times declared, "ketchup, long the king of American condiments, has been dethroned.”
Salsa dates back to the time of the Aztec Empire, which was located in present-day Mexico. For centuries, it was made at ...
Everything We Tested
Buy This If You Like: A pureed salsa with intense heat and strong garlic and cumin flavors
Buy This If You Like: A thinner salsa that starts sweet and has a strong heat that builds
Buy This If You Like: Salsa with crunchy pieces of vegetables and a good amount of heat
Buy This If You Like: Chunky salsa with a bit of sweetness and bright tomato flavor
Buy This If You Like: A thick salsa with medium-diced vegetables and moderate heat
Buy This If You Like: A thicker, marinara-like salsa with a touch of smoke and mild heat
Buy This If You Like: A thinner salsa and a sweet-and-smoky flavor combination
Buy This If You Like: A thin salsa with roasted, smoky, charred flavors
Buy This If You Like: A thick salsa with tender pieces of tomato and mild heat
Buy This If You Like: A thinner salsa that tastes mild and fresh like pico de gallo
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Carolyn is a senior editor for ATK Reviews. She's a French-trained professional baker.