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Ball Fiesta Salsa Mix - Flex Batch - New! (6.7oz) (by Jarden Home Brands)
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- The new formula is packed with vegetables and savory spices and is preferred three to one over the previous formula.
- The included recipe gives you the ability to dial up the heat if you desire spicier salsa.
- Better tasting, fresh salsa is simple to make with Ball® Brand Fiesta Salsa Mix.
- Flex batch makes up to 8 pints
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Better tasting, fresh salsa is simple to make with Ball® Brand Fiesta Salsa Mix. Simply add fresh, vine-ripened tomatoes and mix with a splash of vinegar for perfect salsa every time.
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This is a good way to use up those extra Tomatoes that you have grown or people have given you, and don't know what to do with! You can also use 3 cans (14.5 oz each) petite diced tomatoes with this, though I have never tried it yet.
Do not judge the taste right out of the pan!!! It won't have all the flavors yet. The Dehydrated Ingredients, have to Hydrate and will swell up and look as if you had cut the Vegetables yourself. I canned mine, put one in the Fridge and tried it the next day.
If you want it right away, you're going to have to let it sit and cool and let the flavors meld together. The container states, to let sit at room temp for 30 minutes, and then eat it or refrigerate. I made a small batch, and found that it had to sit for awhile in the fridge. I had only tasted it once after making it and letting it sit on the stove to cool, and felt it needed more time.
Also, when I canned the Pints, I used a bit less tomatoes as it required, only so I could add more of the Salsa mix to have a stronger flavor. It turned out perfect! In my opinion, this tastes way better than the store bought.
Just a note-- if you are canning the salsa, don't add extras like corn, beans, or more peppers as those foods cannot be safely canned in a water bath canner. If you want extra things in your salsa and don't own a pressure canner, add them after you open a jar to use-- tastes the same and is safe, too. Otherwise you can make the additions, just freeze your salsa or eat it fresh instead of canning.