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December 7, 2007 | By More

Salsa is a spicy relish or dip made from chopped tomatoes, onions, chillies and peppers. It is typically served cold. ‘Salsa’ means ‘sauce’ in Spanish.

Most supermarkets sell fresh salsa as well as mild, medium or hot salsa in jars, but the flavor is never as good as homemade. It’s easy to make either a coarse salsa with just a knife and chopping board, or to whiz the ingredients in a blender for a smooth salsa.

Serve salsa with other dips such as guacamole and soured cream with tortilla chips or use it as a sauce or a topping for pasta. Fruit salsas using mango or pineapple go well with grilled fish or chicken.

Category: Food

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