Salsa is used to enhance the taste of various food items. You will find different varieties of Salsa; each having different number of calories and micronutrients. The taste also varies based on the kind of salsa you choose, however all these are equally scrumptious.
One tablespoon of Salsa contains a total of 4 calories. Out of which 77% of the calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 19% of the calories come from proteins and the remaining 4% come from fat. The total fat content in an equal serving of salsa is 0.03 gram consisting of 0.005 gram of saturated fat content, 0.018 gram of polyunsaturated fat content and 0.004 gram of monounsaturated fat content. It contains 96 mg of sodium content, 48 mg of potassium content, total carbohydrate content of 1 gram, dietary fiber content is 0.3 gram, sugar content is 0.49 gram and protein content in it is 0.25 gram.
A small packet of Salsa contains a total of 2 calories, one tablespoon has 4 calories, 100 grams of Salsa has 27 calories, 8 calories and one cup contains 67 calories.
Red Salsa is also well liked and what is even better is that one cup of red salsa contains 41 calories out of which 79% of the calories are obtained from carbohydrates, 14% calories come from proteins and the remaining 7% of the calories come from fat. The total fat content in an equal serving of red salsa is 0.34 gram, carbohydrate content in it is 9.19 grams and protein content is 1.63 grams.
You may also opt for Tostitos Medium Salsa. 2 tablespoon serving of Tostitos medium salsa contains 10 calories and 100% of these calories are obtained from carbohydrates. The total sodium content in it is 75 mg and carbohydrate content in it is 2 grams. 2 tablespoons of Organic hot salsa also contain 10 calories.