“Salsa” is not only a Dance Form

Eat Salsa for good health and taste
Tangy Tomato Salsa with Tortilla Chips

Don’t go wild with imaginative dance steps at the mention of the word ‘Salsa’. ‘Salsa’ is a Spanish term for sauce made using chopped vegetables, fruits and herbs. It has got various flavors ranging from sweet to tangy to extra spicy and is a delicious and healthy way to add your favorite seasoning to the dish prepared.

The very popular salsa is currently available in umpteen variations and types. Here are some classic ideas, but you can use your creativity and interest in adding your choice of fruits and vegetables to create a healthy diet recipe. Find mouth-watering salsa recipes at www.firsteatright.com.

  • Tomato salsa: Amalgamate chopped cherry tomatoes, onions, green chilies, cilantro and lime juice with sprinkles of red pepper flakes or hot sauce for a spicy indulgence.
  • Pineapple or mango salsa: Mix chopped, farm fresh or canned pineapple or mango with cilantro, lime juice and minced garlic.
  • Black bean salsa: Use a combination of canned, drained and rinsed black beans with chopped tomato and onion, cilantro, jalapeño and red wine vinegar.

 

 

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