Salsa rosada, also known as salsa coctel, is a popular Latin American sauce made with mix of mayonnaise and ketchup. This sauce is also known as Argentinean golf sauce, it is a simple mix of mayonnaise and ketchup (and other condiments if you like). In this recipe for salsa rosada, I use homemade mayonnaise which is made with onion and cumin, so if you’re making this sauce with store bought mayonnaise I recommend adding a little bit of ground cumin. I’ve had it before with a little bit of hot sauce added, and if you like it spicy that’s a good addition. You can also add a dash of vodka. Salsa rosada is used as a salad dressing, especially for cold seafood salads or shrimp cocktail. It can also be used as a dip for French fries, chips, and as a spreading sauce for sandwiches.
Salsa rosada, also known as golf sauce o salsa coctel, is a popular Latin American sauce made with mix of mayonnaise and ketchup
- 1 cup store-bought or homemade mayonnaise
- 6 tbs ketchup, adjust to taste
- 1 tbs lemon juice
- Other optional ingredients you can add: cumin, hot sauce, a dash of fresh cream, a dash of whisky or vodka
- Combine the ingredients in a small bowl and mix well.