What Is Salsa Cosecha?
The history of Salsa sauce originated with the Inca people. Salsa (combination of chilies, tomatoes, and other spices) can be traced to the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas. The Spaniards first encountered tomatoes after their conquest of Mexico in 1519-1521, which marked the beginning of the history of Salsa sauce. Aztec lords combined tomatoes with chili peppers, ground squash seeds and consumed them mainly as a condiment served on turkey, venison, lobster, and fish. This combination was subsequently called salsa by Alonso de Molina in 1571.
It's been quite a while since de Molina aptly named our favorite spicy tomato sauce, but we are still as eager as ever to find new, fresh, and delicious ways to blend traditional preparation and new, unique tastes to salsas. All of our products are prepared not through machines, but through molcajetes, the traditional Mexican version of the mortar and pestle made from stone. Each ingredient is ground up, finely chopped, and at the end, blended into your favorite salsas.
Bring out the boldness in your favorite tacos de puerco, or add a deliciously spicy kick to your mariscos. We guarantee that no matter how you use our sauces, you'll taste the deliciously hot flavors in every bite.