Along with the Tortilla Chips, I planned on making Cheese Dip and Tomato Salsa. My first exposure to Mexican Cuisine happened when my Mexican colleague visited us. She loves Indian Food and Indian Shops. I took her around a couple of times and we even had cooking sessions at the workplace. While she was talking about Indian Food, I was asking her about Mexican and she was so happy to share all the details.
We had prepared Enchiladas both Chicken and Vegetarian for our staff. That's when she made a Tomato Salsa and spoke to me about the different salsas they make! Since I was more concerned about getting my vegetarian Enchiladas, I was not paying much attention and only referred back to the recipe when I was actually making the Salsa myself.
Then I read about all Salsa. Salsas can be served as a relish, sauce, and a dip. All in all, the dish if you must know. There is a fresh, salad version, grilled and roasted version, and a sauce version. I am sure the Mexicans love their salsas.
I have made both the fresh and roasted version and was waiting to make the sauce version. When I had made the Vegetarian Fajitas, I got Tomato Salsa Sauce and Taco Seasoning along with the Tortillas. I was waiting to make it myself at home.