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- A term coined by the record companies of the 1970's to refer to a wide variety of Latin-tinged jazz and popular music Usually, salsa bands include electric guitar, electric bass, a rock drum set, plus brass instruments and saxophones, as well as traditional Cuban percussion instruments such as the conga, the guiro and the maracas. spicy sauce of tomatoes and onions and chili peppers to accompany Mexican foods.
- The Mexican word for 'sauce,' which can signify cooked or fresh mixtures Salsa cruda is 'uncooked salsa'; salsa verde is 'green salsa,' which is typically based on TOMATILLOS, green CHILES and CILANTRO A broad selection of salsas - fresh, canned or in jars - is available in supermarkets today They can range in spiciness from mild to mouth-searing Fresh salsas are located in a market's refrigerated section At home, they should be tightly covered and can be refrigerated for up to 5 days Unopened cooked salsas can be stored at room temperature for 6 months; once opened, refrigerate them for up to 1 month.
- A popular tomato based condiment.
- Spanish for 'sauce' that often refers to a hot sauce.
- The Mexican word for sauce A cooked or fresh mixture of ingredients Salsa verde is green salsa typically made from Mexican green tomatoes, green chiles and cilantro.
- The Mexican word for 'sauce,' salsa may be made with a variety of ingredients and may be fresh or cooked Green salsa, usually made with tomatillos and green chile, is called 'salsa verde 'Recipe: Zesty Artichoke Salsa.
- The Mexican word for 'sauce ' There are many varieties: cooked and uncooked, chunky to smooth, green to red, hot to mild.
- A mixture of hot chili peppers, tomatoes and spices to dip chips in Also a form of dance commonly seen in Tucson night spots.
- Latin jazz; particularly music that favors the Afro-Cuban elements.
- Salsa emerged from Latin countries such as Columbia and Puerto Rico It's rhythm and tempo brings alive the spirit and soul of the Latin heart and will add 'fire' and 'excitement' to anyone who dances it - SALSA is HOT It is one of the most 'explosive' Latin dances to come north of the border in decades Salsa could be called an exotic form of Mambo Its basics and variations are almost identical, except for a kick action just before every break step. 'Spicy'; collective term for Latin-American dance music, especially forms of Afro-Cuban origin.
- A popular form of Latin-American dance music, characterized by Afro-Caribbean rhythms, Cuban big-band dance melodies and elements of jazz and rock.
- A contemporary word for hot, up-tempo, creative Latin music, it means 'gravy' or 'sauce ' Originally, it was used as a descriptive such as 'swinging' or 'funky ' The origins of the current usage are obscure, but it began to circulate in the late 1960s The basic meter of salsa is 4/4, organized by the two-bar clave pattern.
- The Spanish word for 'sauce,' salsa usually refers to cooked or fresh combinations of fruits and/or vegetables The most popular being the Latino mixture of tomatoes and chile peppers.
- This is a favored name for a type of Latin music which, for the most part, has its roots in Cuban culture and is enhanced by jazz textures The word, Salsa, means sauce denoting a 'hot' flavor and is best distinguished from other Latin music styles by defining it as the New York sound developed by Puerto Rican musicians in New York The dance structure is largely associated with mambo type patterns and has a particular feeling that is associated mainly with the Clave and the Montuno.
- Sauce Usually, refers to a tomato-based condiment used to dip or to accent dishes If the salsa is uncooked, as in Pico De Gallo, it is referred to as 'salsa cruda ' If it is processed, in Tex Mex lingo, this is called 'chile ' If cooked and then bottled, this is called 'picante'.
- First named so during the 60's, the salsa was popularized by the record industry in the mid-70's to categorize the sensuous and hot Latin dance music of the time : Mambo, Chachacha, Guaguanco and Guajira The salsa style features 'hot' arrangements of horn-based ensembles Read the Rhythms of Salsa by Vincente. 1 Generic term, developed in the late sixties-early 1970's, used to describe the blending of numerous specific music styles into dance orchestra arrangements The one common element in the musical structure is the rhythm pattern of the clave 2 A common umbrella term used to describe the dance that is done to Salsa music 3 Spanish word for sauce.
- spicy sauce of tomatoes and onions and chili peppers to accompany Mexican foods.