Chop, dice and let the music move your feet. Our best salsa recipes with a side of salsa music.
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, we've got a line-up of salsa recipes that'll get your mouth watering -- and music that'll get your feet moving!To get the recipes: Click on recipe title or photo.
This simple salsa starring Green Giant sweet corn is ready in just 15 minutes, leaving you plenty of time to put your other salsa skills to the test. Can you handle the beat?Listen up:
Los Campeones De la Salsa (Willy Chiriono)
Everyone loves a great duet, like when guacamole gets with salsa, and Celia sings with Johnny. Here's to delicious and delightful duos that can't be beat.Listen up:
Celia y Johnny (Celia Cruz & Johnny Pacheco)
In the two worlds of salsa, few things are more authentic than basic red salsa and music by salsa pioneer Willie Colon. Go ahead, have your salsa and listen to it too.Listen up:
Che Che Cole (Willie Colon)
Toss traditional tomato salsa aside and mix things up with a fresh combo of cool cucumber and sweet mango. Rebelling has never tasted -- or sounded -- so good.Listen up:
Rebelión (Joe Arroyo)
When speed is the name of the game, rely on Fast and Fresh Pineapple Salsa -- the name says it all. Then turn your attention to another crazy fast salsa by Yulien Oviedo, and try to keep up.Listen up:
A Lo Loco (feat. Este Habana, Yulien Oviedo)
If the roasted tomatillos in this salsa recipe don't get you, the rhythm in the salsa song will. Don't fight either one. Give in to the salsa, salsa.Listen up:
Aguanile (Marc Anthony)