All-Star Salsas

Pick a color: Food Network stars make salsas in red, green and yellow. 

Photo By: Christopher Testani

Photo By: Christopher Testani

Photo By: Christopher Testani

Photo By: Christopher Testani

Photo By: Christopher Testani

Photo By: Christopher Testani

Alton Brown's Salsa with Ancho Chiles

Alton describes his recipe as a "straightforward 'cutting board'-style salsa with a good balance of tomatoes, chiles and onions."

Get the Recipe: Salsa with Ancho Chiles

Jose Garces' Salsa Roja

According to Jose, "this robust, spicy salsa is best made the day before so the rich flavors come together." 

Get the Recipe: Salsa Roja

Aarón Sánchez's Mexican Avocado Salsa

"Raw tomatillos give this salsa a great tart, acidic flavor," explains Aarón. 

Get the Recipe: Mexican Avocado Salsa

Marcela Valladolid's Roasted Tomatillo and Apple Salsa

"If you like more spice, add a serrano chile to this salsa," suggests Marcela. 

Get the Recipe: Roasted Tomatillo and Apple Salsa

Bobby Flay's Grilled Pineapple-Jicama Salsa

"I love grilled pineapple — not only in dessert, but in a relish like this," explains Bobby. 

Get the Recipe: Grilled Pineapple-Jicama Salsa

Trisha Yearwood's Corn Salsa

Trisha refers to her salsa as "mouthwateringly good and easy to make." 

Get the Recipe: Corn Salsa

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