Taste the Southwest! Just add to fresh or canned tomatoes, blend and serve. Full of hearty flavor with no vinegar or additives!
Makes about two cups of prepared dip. Store unopened package in a cool, dry place.
Directions: Add contents to 16 oz of fresh tomatoes or a 14 oz can of diced tomatoes. Crush or mix in blender to desired consistency. Refrigerate after mixing with tomatoes.
Serving Suggestions: Spoon mixed salsa on top of fish and bake.
Ingredients: Onion, Salt, Chile Pepper, Jalapeno Pepper, Spices, Garlic, Cilantro.
Allergen Information: Manufactured in a facility that processes egg, milk, soy, tree nuts and wheat. This product does not contain peanuts, tree nuts, milk, fish, crustacean shellfish, or soy.
Comfort Foods was originally founded by Mark Harden in 1989. Mark had been in the restaurant business for fifteen years and had opened a Mexican themed fast food drive through restaurant about a year earlier. Things were going well until a national competitor drastically lowered their prices nationwide; unable to compete, he was forced to close. Mark had about 600 lbs of his original recipe taco and enchilada sauce mixes left from the restaurant. At the time, Mark and his wife, Evonne, had a family of four children, all under ten years old. After much thought they decided to repackage the bulk spices in small single serve bags to sell to gift stores and arts and craft fairs. Over the next twenty plus years – Comfort Foods established nation-wide distribution and experienced tremendous success. Driven by the success and growth of the Desert Garden Flagship Brand. Comfort Foods became a Nationally Recognized Specialty Food purveyor. In 2012, Mark decided he was ready for his next entrepreneurial endeavor and sold Comfort Foods to Jill Blashack Strahan, an entrepreneur from Alexandria, Minnesota. Today, Copperleaf Kitchen – Comfort Foods Division is a multi-faceted food company that continues with our Mission and Values – founded from the original beliefs and now carried on by Blake Harden, Mark’s Son.