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Jaime's Hot Red Salsa is a spicy, all-natural, Mexican salsa made with the finest tomato, jalapeño, garlic, and salt. Each batch is handmade following Chef Gonzalo’s traditional home-style recipe originating in 1931 for Jaime’s Spanish Village Restaurant and served for nearly 80 years.

Ingredients: tomato, tomato juice, sater, jalapeño pepper, salt, garlic, calcium chloride, citric acid.

Yes, chips and dip are just about the best snack there is, but have you tried slow cooker salsa chicken tacos? All it takes is chicken, salsa, and a slow cooker. Wrap in tortillas and dinner is served.

Supplier
In 1931 a little Tex-Mex restaurant opened in Austin just steps from the University of Texas and the State Capitol. 40 years later, Jaime Tames, and ex bull-fighter from San Luis Potosi, Mexico took over the establishment, bringing with him his famous Jaime’s Margarita’s and charismatic personality. Jaime was behind the bar every night, telling stories, serving drinks, and making sure everyone was having a good time. It quickly became an Austin institution, with politicians from the Capitol having lunch, UT Students having dinner with their families, and Longhorn fans piling in before and after the sporting events. At the time that the restaurant closed in July 2010, it was the longest operating restaurant in Austin. The tradition lives on through their original Jaime’s salsa.


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Salsa, Jaime's, Hot Red, 16oz

$5.99

Jaime's Hot Red Salsa is a spicy, all-natural, Mexican salsa made with the finest tomato, jalapeño, garlic, and salt. Each batch is handmade following Chef Gonzalo’s traditional home-style recipe originating in 1931 for Jaime’s Spanish Village Restaurant and served for nearly 80 years.

Ingredients: tomato, tomato juice, sater, jalapeño pepper, salt, garlic, calcium chloride, citric acid.

Yes, chips and dip are just about the best snack there is, but have you tried slow cooker salsa chicken tacos? All it takes is chicken, salsa, and a slow cooker. Wrap in tortillas and dinner is served.

Supplier
In 1931 a little Tex-Mex restaurant opened in Austin just steps from the University of Texas and the State Capitol. 40 years later, Jaime Tames, and ex bull-fighter from San Luis Potosi, Mexico took over the establishment, bringing with him his famous Jaime’s Margarita’s and charismatic personality. Jaime was behind the bar every night, telling stories, serving drinks, and making sure everyone was having a good time. It quickly became an Austin institution, with politicians from the Capitol having lunch, UT Students having dinner with their families, and Longhorn fans piling in before and after the sporting events. At the time that the restaurant closed in July 2010, it was the longest operating restaurant in Austin. The tradition lives on through their original Jaime’s salsa.

Jaime's Spanish Village

Jaime’s Spanish Village

Jaime’s Spanish Village is a family-owned and operated Austin business that specializes in creating hand-crafted, gourmet salsas and quesos with traditional recipes dating back to 1931.

 


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