At my house, we go through a lot of salsa! My boys love tortilla chips with salsa. Although we use a lot of salsa, that is the only way it is consumed. In a recent article I found some others ways to bring the spice and flavor of salsa to some other foods.
Slow Cooker Beef Fajitas: All you need is flank steak, ground cumin, lime juice and a jar of salsa. Combine and cook on low for 6 hours or until fork tender, shred the meat and serve in soft tortillas.
Scalloped Potatoes: Layer sliced potatoes, salsa, sauteed onions and garlic. Cover and bake until tender. Top with cheese and bake until melted For added nutrition, you can add to the layers sliced kale. (they will never know it is there!)
Sloppy Joes: Brown lean ground beef with onion and bell pepper, add brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce and garlic powder. Stir in a jar of salsa and a small can of tomato paste and simmer. Serve on buns and top with cheese.
Zesty Greens: Salsa makes greens tastier! Use spinach, kale or any other leafy green in a large non-stick pan with a dab of olive oil and add a few tablespoons of salsa. Cook until tender.