Dip

Dip

History of Nacho cheese dip

Our nacho cheese dip is made of processed cheddar cheese, pepper, and a number of spices; it is used with tortilla chips, fries, chips, crackers, and finger foods. Cheddar sauce, cheddar cheese sauce or simply cheese sauce (in the UK) is a traditional sauce used in English cooking. The sauce is based upon white sauce, which is known as one of the 'mother sauces', and cheddar cheese. Nachos are a dish from northern Mexico. The dish is composed of tortilla chips (totopos) covered with cheese or cheese-based sauce, and is often served as a snack. First created in about 1943 by Ignacio "Nacho" Anaya, the original nachos consisted of fried corn tortillas covered with cheddar cheese and sliced jalapeño peppers. This cheese sauce got very popular all over the world and famous as Nacho Cheese sauce.

History of Salsa Sauce

Our salsa is a mix of peppers, fresh tomatoes, and a variety of spices; it accompanies tortilla and other kinds of chips. The aroma and flavor of Mahram salsa can be attributed to the use of fresh tomatoes in its production.

 

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Salsa is the Italian and Spanish term for sauce, and in English-speaking countries usually refers to the sauces typical of Mexican cuisine known as salsas picantes, particularly those used as dips. Salsa is often a tomato-based sauce or dip that is a heterogeneous mixture that includes additional ingredients such as onions, chilies, beans, corn, and various spices. It is typically piquant, ranging from mild to extremely hot.