Salsa de Cacahuate
Diced tomatoes in juice (tomatoes, tomato juice, citric acid [acidifier], calcium chloride), tomato puree (water, tomato paste), peanut butter (peanuts, peanut oil), onion, guajillo chile pepper puree (water, dried guajillo chile peppers), jalapeno puree (red jalapeno peppers, citric acid [acidifier]), chopped peanuts, garlic puree (garlic, water), cane sugar, apple cider vinegar, sea salt, canola oil,…
If you’ve ever sampled the cuisine of southern Mexico, you’ve likely come across a version of salsa de cacahuate, a savory, often spicy, peanut-based sauce that’s used on a remarkably wide range of dishes, from street tacos to roast chicken to grilled shrimp, and more. Etymologically derived from a Nahuatl word for peanut, salsa de cacahuate has a unique mix of creaminess, nuttiness, and peppery heat that makes it an uncommonly versatile condiment—just the kind of sauce that cries out to be put on everything. In tribute to this southern Mexican staple, we’re proudly offering Trader Joe’s Salsa de Cacahuate for the summer. And just like the namesake sauce that inspired it, this rich and flavorful jarred Salsa is almost endlessly versatile. Aside from enjoying as a dip with your favorite tortilla chip, you can use it to enhance everything from burritos to burgers to breakfast fare. It adds an extraordinary depth of flavor when served over salmon, steak, or stuffed peppers, and brings out the best of a sizzling plate of fajitas. For a true treat, try spooning it generously over a plate of sliced pork loin.
|Total Fat||2.5 g||3%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|