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The restaurant salsa you know and love, made at home anytime you like! This Chili’s Salsa copycat recipe is literally made in minutes with the help of a blender.
Chili’s Copycat Salsa
Do you love Appetizers?? We kinda love them (A LOT!) in our family, and always have plenty at family gatherings and parties. Once appetizer we ALWAYS have is chips and salsa.
The salsa recipe I’m sharing today has been a favorite since we lived Texas. When we moved to Texas, we didn’t have a Chili’s restaurant nearby, and since we loved their salsa, I wanted to try a copycat version.
How to Make Chili’s Salsa:
This copycat salsa only requires a few ingredients.
- Canned tomatoes
- Fresh tomatoes
All you have to do is throw it into a blender or food processor and blend until it’s all combined! Simple as that.
- Don’t puree: chop up the larger chunks but you don’t want soup
- Turn up the heat by adding more Jalapenos
- Allowing the salsa to rest for a few hours will help blend all the flavors together, but it is ready to eat right away.
- My favorite way to store them is in a mason jar in the fridge.
Storing: The flavor of salsa is always best the first couple of days, but it will keep in the fridge for up to a couple weeks.
Great Gift: This is such an easy salsa to make that I like to double the recipe so that I have extra to give to neighbors and friends. Pair it with a bag of chips and it also makes a great teacher gift for teachers.
For more of our favorite salsas and dips, check out:
- Black Bean & Corn Salsa
- Sweet Salsa Verde
- Avocado Lime Ranch Dip
- Tomatillo Salsa
- Pico de Gallo
- Homemade Salsa
Chili’s Salsa Recipe
- 14.5 oz can tomatoes and green chilies
- 14.5 oz whole canned tomatoes plus the juice
- 4 tsp jalapenos canned, diced, not pickled
- 1/2 tsp onion powder
- 1/2 tsp garlic salt (with parsley flakes)
- 1/2 tsp minced garlic
- 1/2 tsp cumin
- 1 tsp sugar
- 2 whole roma tomatoes
- Place all ingredients in blender or food processor and blend until all combined.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.