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What is the difference between Picante Sauce and Salsa?

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H. Barnes

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H. Barnes, Unemployed, Barnes, Atlanta

Answered Aug 22, 2019

Meals are prepared every day, and everyone wants a good taste for their food. The Picante sauce and salsa are spices that can actually add more taste to our food. Salsa is simply the combination of chopped peppers, tomatoes, tomatillos, and some spices. Salsa has a mild texture, and it is added as a condiment to some food items.

Meals are prepared every day, and everyone wants a good taste for their food. The Picante sauce and
The term Picante itself means hot or spicy. Therefore, Picante sauce means spicy sauce or hot sauce. The hot or spicy sauce is gotten from chili peppers. So, when this sauce is applied to food, it makes it spicier or hotter. Salsa originated from the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans have first used the combination of peppers, tomatoes, herbs on meat meals. In addition, Picante sauce ingredients might have been cooked, but the salsa has raw or fresh ingredients. Picante sauce is also considered to be a resemblance of pico de gallo, and they are chunky and thicker, while salsa is known to be thinner than Picante sauce.

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