The history of salsa sauce originates from the Inca people. Salsa (combination Healy, tomatoes and other spices) can be traced to the Aztec and Maya Inca. The Spaniards first encountered tomatoes after the conquest of Mexico in 1519-1521 years, which marked the beginning of the history of salsa sauce. The owners of the Aztecs combined tomatoes with chili peppers, ground squash seeds and used them mainly as a condiment, filed before the turkey, deer, lobster and fish. After that, the combination has been called salsa by Alonso de Molina in 1571.
Charles Eros New Orleans became the first person in the history of salsasa, which began producing Louisiana extract of pepper, red hot pepper creole in 1916. A year later, La Victoria Foods has launched a Salsa Bravo in Los Angeles.
In Louisiana in 1923, Baumer Foods started manufacturing Crystal Hot Sauce, and in 1928 Bruce Foods started making Original Louisiana Hot Sauce – two brands of salsa sauce, which still exist.
In 1941, Henry Tanklezh formed a trading company La Victoria, which produced a new line of salsa La Victoria. He introduced red and green taco, and sauces enchylada – the first of the hot salsa in the United States. He took over the entire operation to La Victoria in 1946, which produces ten different hot sauces that cover the entire spectrum of salsa, including green chili salsa and red salsa-zhalapenyu.
According to the hot sauce history, salsa manufacture in Texas started in 1947 with David and Margaret Pace and spicy sauce. In 1952, La Victoria Foods introduced the first commercial taco sauce in US and in 1955 launched a line of La Preferida Saulx.
In 1975, Patti Svidler of Arizona launched a desert rose Salsa. Four years later, in Austin (Texas), Dan pole began producing commercial salsa Jardine & # 39; s, giving Austin the reputation in the history of Salsa Sauce as the hot capital of America. Another Texas company, El El Paso Chili Company, was established in 1980 by Norma and W. Park Kerr. In 1986, Miguel & Stowe Away in Vermont launched a salsa line and in April 1986 Sauces & Salsas Ltd. started producing brand Montezuma with hot sauce and peppers in Ohio.
Between 1985 and 1990, Mexican sauce sales grew seventy-nine percent; between 1988 and 1992 the proportion of American households that buy salsa, increased from 16 to 36. Prior to 1992, eight of the best producers in the history of salsa salsa sauce were Pace, Old El Paso, Frito-Lay, Chi-Chi, and 39; La Victoria Ortega, Gerdes and Newman. Until 1993, competition from smaller salsa companies was so fierce that Pace, Old El Paso, and six other brands decreased sales in Texas by three percent.
The big news in 1994 was the advance purchase of the two largest companies in the industry fiery food. Manufacturer salsa Numero Uno, Pace Foods, was sold to the company "Campbell Soup" for astronomical $ 1 billion.
Some of the best sauces ever made in the history of salsa sauce
Jose Goldstein Artichoke Garlic Salsa contains artichokes from Spain with mouth-watering California garlic. Sure hit with a bag of chips or your favorite meat. Excellent on pasta too!
Hot Salsa and La Paloma Mall Salsa La Paloma – the best of its kind. Once you feel fresh and robust flavor of La Paloma Salsa, you are hooked.
Despicable woman Salsa has won the 1st place in "Fantastic food" – "Hot & Spicy Food Show» in 1997.