Place jalapenos and onions in processor; process for just a few seconds. Add both cans of tomatoes, salt, sugar and cumin. Process all ingredients until well blended, but do not puree. Place in covered container and chill. A couple of hours of chilling will help the flavors to develop. Serve with your favorite thin corn tortilla chips.
28 calories, 0 grams fat, 6 grams carbohydrates, 1 grams proteinper serving. This recipe is low in fat.
This salsa is right on the mark...you can vary it a bit to your particular taste..I know Chili's salsa can vary in hotness from time to time, but the magic ingredient here is cumin...try it out and im sure you will agree.
May 25, 2011
Its pretty fri**ing good but it needs a few tweaks, just add like a table spoon of salt, more jalapenos and 2 cloves of garlic, than it is a 15 out of 10!!!
Jun 25, 2008
Just FYI. Do NOT stick your face in the blender after mincing the onions and japs. You will burn your eyes. Trust me. I just did it. I am not too swift in the kitchen.
Jun 2, 2008
If you stick to the ingrediants it tastes a lot like chili's. This is wonderful because they have the only salsa I like. Wish I could find super thin tortilla chips because I think that would be the key to making it taste more like the ones at chili's.
Jan 25, 2008
SOOOOOOOO GOOD!!! It doesn't taste exactly like Chilis' however it still tastes great!
Dec 31, 2007
My family loved this salsa, especially my husband. It tastes almost like the one from chili's. I used pickled jalapenos though. I recommend this recipe very highly.
Jun 29, 2007
I have made this recipe several times and it tastes exactly like the Chili's salsa. I have eaten at Chili's for 20 years and am thrilled that I now have their salsa! Stick to the exact ingredients and make sure you follow the directions exactly to get the right flavor.
Apr 24, 2007
dmicheler Member since: April 24, 2007
My family LOVES this sauce...I have to double the recipe just to keep them in sauce for 24 hours!
Feb 15, 2007
sparkybarby Member since: February 15, 2007
I made this recipe twice and both times it was not very tasteful. Both times tasted like there was way too much onion, 2nd time I decreased the amount of onion, but still felt it tasted that onion overpowered it. It is nothing like Chili's salsa. Is it perhaps because I use real jalapenos that I dice? Not sure what 'canned' jalapenos are anyways. My local grocery store pointed me to the ones in produce.
Feb 4, 2007
Excellent. Simply because of the simplicity of the cans. I'm tired of roasting tomatoes and peppers for a wihle so this recipe is right on for me and the kids. A little more cumin, salt, and garlic made this recipe perfect for even my picky 4yo.
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