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Spicy Blender Salsa

Updated: Jul 15, 2023

Ignite your taste buds with the fiery allure of this Spicy Blender Salsa. This zesty condiment is a flavor-packed sensation that adds a kick to any dish. With a tantalizing blend of fresh tomatoes, onions, garlic, and a touch of heat from chili peppers, this spicy salsa takes your culinary experience to a whole new level.

Whether you're dipping tortilla chips, adding it to tacos, or spicing up your favorite recipes, this Spicy Blender Salsa adds a bold and exciting dimension to transform ordinary meals into extraordinary culinary adventures!

Vibe: A popular song by Bad Bunny that pairs well with Spicy Blender Salsa is "Safaera." This high-energy track is known for its infectious beats and catchy lyrics, which will add a lively and vibrant atmosphere to your salsa-making experience. "Safaera" blends different musical styles and tempos, creating an exciting and dynamic backdrop for your culinary adventure. Allow Bad Bunny's energetic vibes to elevate the flavors of your spicy tomato salsa, creating a delicious and unforgettable combination. Get ready to dance, groove, and enjoy the spicy sensation of "Safaera" while preparing your flavorful salsa.


  • 1 - 28oz can whole peeled tomatoes

  • 3 large garlic cloves

  • 1 - 2 serranos*

  • 1/2 tsp sea salt

  • 1 Tbsp 100% lime juice

  • 1/2 small white onion

  • 1/4 cup fresh cilantro (stems removed)



  1. Add all the ingredients to a high-powered blender. Blend on low to medium speed for about one minute. If you prefer a chunkier salsa keep the blender on low. If you prefer a slightly chunky salsa, crank the blender up to medium speed for about 30 seconds. Keep a very close eye on your salsa, you don’t want it to completely liquefy.

  2. Transfer the salsa from the blender to an airtight container and let it sit in the refrigerator overnight before serving. This will give all the flavors ample time to get to know each other which will make for a much tastier salsa in the morning.

*If you prefer an added kick of spice, remove the stems from the jalapeños and keep all the seeds. I personally don’t mind if my nose begins to run just a little bit because whatever I’m eating has a generous amount of spiciness. 🤧

If you are someone who prefers a milder, sniffle-free salsa, remove the stems and all the seeds.


Storage: Store in an airtight container for up to 1 week.



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