There’s a very good reason why the sexiest dance on planet earth is known as the “SALSA!” – In order to help you celebrate Valentine’s Day in seductively sensuous style, we’ve got some succulently savory suggestions on how you can very easily “spice up” even the simplest of meals with some delectably delightful and devilishly delicious salsa and food combinations.
First of all, salsa is a wonderfully effective, natural aphrodisiac in the sense that it quite naturally begins to automatically stimulate and activate tactile surfaces of the tongue, begins to create the internal sensation of heat and increases one’s respiratory rate and heart beat.
So suddenly, adding a little salsa to the situation naturally “unlocks the doors” to the all of the body’s physical senses, as increased blood flow gets things quickly warmed up, sensitive to the touch and physically animated.
Add a little wine to the situation and you are well on your way to not only a perfectly complementing taste sensation, but the heading directly down the path of potential romance. The fruity, flowery sweetness of the wine balance the more “acidically” spicy and tantalizingly tangy nature of the salsa and creates the ultimate dance between spicy heat and sweet succulence.
Are you planning a romantic steak dinner for your Valentine’s Day Feast? Try marinating you steak in a mildly hot and spicy salsa for at least 6 to 12 hours before cooking the steak and prepare to be utterly amazed by the extremely stimulating nuances and complex flavors that sensuously roll across your taste buds. It’s absolutely heavenly, I assure you!
Perhaps you are thinking something more along the lines of Lobster. Perfect, then be sure to prepare a dipping sauce that is composed of 50% melted butter and 50% salsa, with a few generous sprinkles of parmesan cheese and garlic powder to top it of. The intensity of flavor of the lobster will literally knock your socks of, and hopefully a little bit more before the evening is over.
Salsa utilized as a marinade and BBQ sauce – for cooking everything from pork chops, to ribs and from burgers to shish-kabob will show you and your lover a seductively sultry side to barbecuing that you never could have guessed possible.
Want to skip the complicated meal and get right into the Valentine’s Day action? No problem, serve salsa along with some fresh chopped veggies and tortilla chips as a refreshing and temptingly tasty dip!
One of the easiest and most enjoyable quick meals available are “Hotdog Quesadillas” made out of corn tortillas with melted cheddar and jack cheese, snugly and romantically wrapped around a pre-cooked hotdog and then dipped in salsa. Mmmmmmm.
No matter how you decide to serve it up, salsa will definitely help make Valentine’s Day a Day, and hopefully a NIGHT to remember for years to come!
Signing off at Pigging out! Rocco “Boss Hog” Loosbrock
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