[Salsa Mexicana] to Spice up Life at Home

April 22, 2020 Melissa Eisenman

Before joining the professional association management world, I was involved in the tourism industry here in Mexico. I spent several years teaching tourists of all ages how to cook authentic Mexican salsas and how to dance the salsa. As we're all adapting to this everchanging world and staying at home, I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorite recipes so that you can spice it up in the kitchen and try something new and fresh!

I left early this morning to go to my local supermarket for fresh ingredients. I am proud of my local supermarket, as they have taken serious precautions to monitor guests and ensure everyone practices social distancing. Areas were taped off to limit crowding, lots of hand sanitizer was available, and many people were wearing masks.

I grabbed my fresh ingredients—fresh ingredients are key to the outcome of your salsa, or any other recipe you want to attempt! Once I had everything I needed, I headed back home to disinfect myself and the items. To disinfect my ingredients, I wash them with soap and water and then rinse them with clean water. 

After you've cleaned your ingredients properly, you're ready to make your salsa. All you need is a serving bowl, lime squeezer, your favorite tortilla chips, and some hunger! 

About the Author

Melissa Eisenman

Melissa Eisenman is the Business Development Manager at Associa Mexico. With an undeniable passion for people, she naturally developed a love for public relations, sales and customer service. Her experience in the tourism industry has led her to live and work in beautiful cities across Mexico including Cozumel, Mazatlán, and Los Cabos, where she currently resides. She loves her role at Associa Mexico and the opportunity to welcome new accounts to the evergrowing Associa family.

More Content by Melissa Eisenman
Previous Article
Why Now is the Right Time for Single-Family Rental Investment
Why Now is the Right Time for Single-Family Rental Investment

Now is the right time to invest in a single-family home rental. Find out why—and how.

Next Article
Partner Post: Five Key Factors Affecting Your Indoor Air Quality
Partner Post: Five Key Factors Affecting Your Indoor Air Quality

Your indoor air quality is important, and knowing what affects it is critical to the health of your home.