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How to Fix Salsa if You Made It Too Hot: 12 Steps (with Pictures)


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If you made your salsa too hot, you can easily reduce its heat by adding extra ingredients. If you have chopped tomatoes leftover, mix in more until the salsa isn’t too spicy. If you don’t have any tomato left, you can also mix in some chopped cucumber or avocado. This will give it a slightly different taste but will easily reduce the heat. Alternatively, you can mix in a little lemon juice and sugar or honey. This works because the citric acid and sweetness will help to offset the spice. Or, you can add a scoop of sour cream on top of the salsa to take the edge off the heat. For more tips, including how to store your homemade salsa, read on!

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