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Yeah "salsa" translates to "sauce" like stated above. So when we say in the kitchen "Necesito una tilapia sin salsa y una croqeta sin salsa tambien" We are refering to the "salsas" that they are sauced with. Tilapia=Orange-Ginger sauce, and crabcakes(croquetas)=spicy tomato salsa. Or if we need a grilled chicken brest with the herbed chicken glaze.........un pollo a la parilla con la "salsa" de yerbas. So salsa can be used to identify purees, sauce with chunky textures, and relishes that dress or compliment an item

[ 02-16-2001: Message edited by: layjo ]
 
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