A little about this salsa: so simple and so EZ to make that it’s one of those things – why wasn’t it out there already?  One of the things that made it better or brought a little comfort while in the military was cooking some of my favorite dishes. However, it wasn’t easy to find the necessary ingredients while stationed in Hawaii or North Carolina. Mr. Kezy EZ Salsa is versatile and easy to prep, just add warm water, and it has no preservatives.  Take a little taste of home, this is the salsa that goes with you! 


The tomatillo is thought to have been first domesticated by the Aztecs in central Mexico around 800 bce and was an important food crop to a number of pre-Columbian peoples in Mesoamerica, including the Mayans. The name tomatillo (which means “little tomato” in Spanish) comes from the Nahuatl word tomatl.

The tomatillo, also known as the Mexican husk tomato, is a plant of the nightshade family bearing small, spherical and green or green-purple fruit of the same name.



Did you know most dried peppers have different names when they are still tender and fresh? For example: Chipotles are Jalapeños once they’ve dried and have been smoked. 

Guajillo is originally a Chile Marisol! My home state of Zacatecas is the main producer of Guajillo peppers and it is the second most used pepper in mexican cousine. The Guajillo pepper has fruit undertones that goes perfect in salsa and sauces.



No doubt garlic goes great in a wide variety of foods. To further encourage its consumption, I have a theory that vampires fearing garlic is an allegory that is aimed to improve health. Garlic has been used as an antiseptic, antibacterial, and antifungal agent. It may help the body resist or destroy viruses and other microorganisms. It does this by boosting the immune system. Garlic is also claimed to fight infections. 

Much like the Llorona story is used to keep children away from bodies of water. Stories to eat garlic, normally around colder weather months, help people be better prepared for flu season.



The tiny but mighty pepper of Mexican cuisine has its early roots in Jalisco. This is the kick in Mr.Kezy salsa, coming in at a heat index between 15,000–30,000 Scoville units. Just a handful of these bad boys can make a big difference and set your salsa aflame.


NaCl is so common in all of our kitchens. In the case of some sort of an apocalypse, salt would be amongst the most expensive of commodities. In Roman days part of a soldiers pay was in salt, hence the Latin base word ‘salary’. 

This sodium chloride ionic compound is critical in our body. It can help regulate muscle contraction, nerve function and blood volume. It also regulates fluid levels in your body. Low sodium levels can cause dehydration, muscle cramps or even organ failure. Sodium also makes for great chemical puns, Na?