When you say Salsa, you think of passionate dancing in Spain. When you say fritters, you think of American yokels from the deep south; or alternatively, you can think of a Grandma’s Indonesian-style snacks. Whatever floats your boat. I’m not a big fan of spice, if I’m honest, so this Indo-Mexican flavour combo scared me a great deal. Never before had a touched a chill or its sauce. For me, it was a great ordeal.
And now, I’m going to give you a brief crash course on Salsa. Salsa, the spanish word for ‘sauce’ originates in Latin America, and is common in Mexican cuisine, which the dish being used as dips. There are many kinds; the most popular varieties being pineapple, tomato and chilli. To summarise, it’s a cold condiment that is a real crowd pleaser. Continue reading