From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Dance, Music, Food, Food, dish
salsasal‧sa /ˈsælsə $ ˈsɑːl-/ noun [uncountable] 1 APDAPMa type of Latin American dance music2 DFDFFa sauce made from onions, tomatoes, and chillies, that you put on Spanish or Mexican food
Examples from the Corpus
salsaLike the pita and salsa, the combination isn't a natural.Today, accessories are as hot as chili salsa served at a tango contest.Add mango, salsa and raisin; mix well.And while both parts are perfectly good, I prefer pita with hummus and my salsa with chips.Tabitha's headset suddenly locked into an ambient channel and began to tinkle with tinny salsa.Smallish venue by the canal with a range of nights, although the emphasis is on uplifting house through to salsa.Every table is treated to a basket of warm pita bread accompanied by a spunky tomatillo salsa.And, of course, what would salsa be without a little dip.
Origin salsa (1900-2000) Spanish sauce, from Latin; SAUCE