Is salsa a condiment or a dip? Either way, it's my favorite so I find ways to sneak it into lots of different dishes! This one doesn't require cooking, but it's a quick, easy, healthy, delicious lunch.
So what do you need?
How did I make it? First I toasted the bread. I used Vermont Soft Whole Wheat bread. I like the Vermont brand because it doesn't have as many preservatives as other brands, and it has barely any sugar...only 1 gram of sugar (but 0 added grams.) Most grocery stores carry it.
Next, I added a few slices of cheese. I used Horizon extra sharp cheddar, but any type will work.
Then, I put some spinach on the sandwich. Adding in some green whenever I can!
Now, it's time to add the salsa. Although I love salsa, I'm also particular about it. I want it to taste fresh and not super salty. Green Mountain Gringo Mild Salsa is my absolute favorite, but for this sandwich I used Number 9 Medium Salsa. It was my first time trying the brand, and I was super impressed! It only has 90 mg of sodium which is low for salsa, and it tasted super fresh!
If you want to take your Salsa Sandwich to the next level, try it with avocado and/or fresh cilantro. It's also great on a wrap!
I’m Rachel, an art teacher by day and a freelance artist and pretend chef by night. You can find my art locally and online, and my cooking adventures in my blog.