I love salsa and finding new recipes using salsa always makes my day. There are classic mild salsa dip recipes for those who do not like the traditional heat of Latin and South American foods, and southwestern salsa recipes that combine the heat of hot peppers with the unique taste of southwestern food. Personally, I always enjoy an extra spicy salsa. I like to get my tomatoes, onions, and peppers, chop them all up and mix them together. When it comes to the peppers, I use green peppers for taste, jalapenos for their taste and bit of heat, and a couple habaneros to get that salsa nice and spicy. When it comes to the salsa nutrition(al) facts, they are very good. Salsa is very healthy for you, and usually you only really want to combine salsa with foods that are also healthy for you. Some recipes using salsa that I like to make up include using it in the various wraps I like to make, and just serving it with a plate of chips. But there are many more recipes with salsa dip online to choose from. So I mostly like to make my own recipes using salsa and get inventive with it, but sometimes I am in a rush and do not have time to make my own. In those situations I like to use pico de gallo salsa dips as an alternative. I find it to be a decent alternative to my own creations. So regardless if I am making my own salsa dip or using a store bought brand, salsa goes great with chips, and with other foods as a meal.