Salsa rosada or salsa golf

Salsa rosada recipe

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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 or salsa golf

Salsa rosada or salsa golf

Salsa rosada, also known as golf sauce o salsa coctel, is a popular Latin American sauce made with mix of mayonnaise and ketchup

Ingredients

  • 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

Instructions

  1. Combine the ingredients in a small bowl and mix well.
http://laylita.com/recipes/2008/03/07/salsa-rosada/

How to make salsa rosada Salsa rosada or salsa golf

Salsa rosada recipe

Comments

  1. This is just the best salsa ever, how can such a simple mix generate such a wonderful flavor? Ive having this kind of Salsa most of my life and I never have enough! perfect with Tacos, Burritos, Empanadas and many more!

  2. I remember at the Club Campestre in Cali always asking for salsa rosa to eat our fosforito french fries with … so good. I love seeing all your recipes. I am braising a sudado de pollo as I sit here using a variation of some of your seco recipes and hopefully it will be as good as your secos look in the pictures. Thanks for sharing …

    Wish I could find the pan dulce recipe from many of the Cali bakeries … I have hunted for the recipe for years but to no avail. It is not the same as the pan dulce from Mexico. Any ideas???

  3. Wonderful-my husband loves this sauce, but I’ve never thought about making it before-thanks for the recipe!!

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