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Salsa, Salsa, Salsa

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on Wednesday, 22 August 2012 in Recipes

salsa2Salsa has many meanings in and out of the kitchen, but “salsa” simply translated means “sauce” in Spanish. Some believe that Salsa is a term that has more relation to the kitchen than to music or dance. But for many fans of Salsa, outside of the kitchen it means listening to the hot, funky beats of a Latin band and dancing to the rhythms of wonderful music on the 1 or on the 2 (whether to move your feet on the first or second beat is a whole subject on its own). Salsa in the kitchen carries a connotation of mixed, spicy flavors and the tastes of Latin and Caribbean cuisine. But as far as I’m concerned, Salsa, Salsa and Salsa are all good in the kitchen. Why not dance Salsa in the kitchen while listening to some hot Salsa jams while making rich flavorful Salsa sauce? Now that’s my way of spending an afternoon in the kitchen!


Salsa Recipe


1 can (28 ounces) of diced tomatoes

1 medium sweet onion chopped in tiny pieces

1 teaspoon ground cumin

1 teaspoon of salt

3 fresh garlic cloves, crushed

2/3 jalapeno peppers (add seeds if you like it hot!)

1 bunch of fresh cilantro



1.Turn on your play list!

2.Put all ingredients into a blender and pulse until blended well but do not liquefy.

3.Enjoy with your favorite chips or use as a topping on any kind of meat.


On Your Play List

  • El Gran Combo – El Menu
  • Victor Manuelle – Ella lo que quiere es Salsa
  • Eddie Palmieri – Vamonos pal monte
  • Johnny Pacheco y Celia Cruz – Cucala / Quimbara
  • Oscar D’Leon – Lloraras
  • Hector Lavoe y Willie Colon – El periodic de ayer / Che Che Cole
  • Marc Anthony – Nadie como ella
  • Ruben Blades – Pedro Navaja
  • Tito Puente – Ran Kan Kan
  • La Fania All Star - Aguanile
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Denise Monday, 27 August 2012

Sounds delish! And yes.....playing salsa while in the kitchen does make the food even more delicious!!! There has to be something special about that rrra-ta-ta rythym!!!!. It probably pulsate through our veins and into the food!!!

Jackie Wednesday, 29 August 2012

I agree, the happy thoughts and good feelings from listening to some great tunes come through in the food, making it takes even more delicous!!!!

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