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Salsa Macha

Salsa Macha

Regular price $15.00 USD
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You do not want to miss out on trying Freddsters very own Salsa Macha.

You've probably heard about the popular Asian Chili Crisp, this Salsa Macha is essentially the Mexican version. It adds a little extra kick to everything from Tacos to Chilaquiles to Pizza and even just tortilla chips.

Our product is locally made in Mcallen Texas in small batches. Although we have done everything possible to ensure it arrives to you in perfect conditions, some leakage of the oil from the Salsa Macha may occur while in transit. Each jar of Salsa Macha comes individually bagged to avoid any mess if it does leak. We have individually checked and tested all jars, if your Salsa Macha has leaked some oil, simply wipe it clean, open it up and start enjoying, it is still perfectly safe to eat.

Salsa Macha is oil based, the oil used gets so flavorful with of all the peppers and spices. Because of this you'll want to use it for cooking as well. If your salsa is looking a little dry, feel free to top it off with your go to cooking oil, mix it around and keep using. Getting more bang for your buck. 

Ingredients: Oil, Corn and Canola, Onions, Peanuts, Pumpkin Seeds, Sesame Seeds, Garlic, Pepers, Pasilla, dried, Tortillas, Guajillo Pepers, Chile de Arbol, Peppers, Ancho, dried, Salt, Oregano 

Contains: Peanuts, Sesame 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 64 reviews
The best of its kind

This salsa macha has ruined my life, I can no longer enjoy my eggs or avocado without it. It has the perfect level of crunch, heat and smokiness. If you haven't tried it yet, do yourself a favor and get a couple of jars, because one jar will not be enough!

Salsa Macha

I always thought the "macha" in salsa macha referred to it being spicy. I guess not in this case. Pretty disappointed in the very low spice level. I would normally understand this type of thing -- not wanting the item to be too spicy for the average pallet (like when a fast food restaurant claims to have something spicy but it is far from it). However, in this case it doesn't make any sense. I would assume a lot of Freddster's viewers are people from cultures that generally have a high spice tolerance. Also, as I noted earlier, I was under the assumption that the name of the salsa was indicative that its spicy.

Hi DK, thank you so much for trying out our Salsa Macha and for taking the time out of your day to leave us a review. To answer some of your concerns/questions, the word “macha” does not refer to or relate in any way to the word “spicy”. The word “macha” is the feminine word for “macho”, essentially referring to someone’s masculinity, so in reality the word “macha” could translate to a feminine person showing masculine traits. More loosely the word “macha” can also translate to explaining someone’s bravery.

That being said, everyone’s spice tolerance is different, as we have had people say the salsa is too spicy for them and others like yourself saying it isn’t spicy enough.

Our Salsa Macha is essentially like any other salsa, where sometimes you get a spicy one, a mild one or super extra spicy one.

We are in the process of working on a much spicier one. Maybe you will be willing to try it when we are ready to launch it and hopefully it knocks your spicy socks off.

Hope you have a great week and again, thank you for supporting my small business.


Mariana Quinonez
The best!!

We absolutely love it!! My son tried it for the first time and now he eats it with everything. We finished it in 2 weeks!!


Super flavorful and a great addition to breakfast!


Best salsa ever!