The Global Warming Salsa Company was one of those rare finds at the Weekend of Fire 2009 that we were really hoping to see at the 2010 show. With a great philosophy of business, a left-of-center way of coming up with a twist on regular ol’ salsa, and some quality-looking stuff, it was definitely a recipe for success. We brought home two jars of their salsa, and in typical HZO fashion…waited months to crack open the jar and use it.
Ingredients: Fire Roasted Tomatoes with Juice, Crushed Tomatoes (tomatoes, salt, citric acid), Fresh Jalapeno Pepper, Olive Oil, Ginger, Toasted Sesame Oil, Balsamic, Vinegar, Wasabi, Sesame Seeds, Fresh Cilantro, Water, Fresh Green Onion, Limeade (water, natural sugar, lime juice, natural flavors, Dried Chipotle Pepper, Dehydrated Garlic.
Based on our award winning Global Warming medium salsa, this unique taste experience will introduce you to the concept behind Global Warming Salsa. Subtly infused with flavors unique to japanese cuisine, the gourmet taste will surprise you: fresh ginger, toasted sesame, and a hint of wasabi combine to change the way you think about salsa. It becomes MORE than just a dip for chips, it becomes a globally inspired condiment. Awesome taste on fish, shrimp and grilled chicken, it adds new life to lighter fare. It also makes an excellent salad dressing, and if you want to try it on rice, you may never go back to plain rice again.
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