Difference between Salsa and Picante?

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There is a bit of debate as to the difference between Salsa and Picante Sauce. Some say that Picante is a type of salsa, a spicy type to be specific. Others say that Picante is thicker than. Basically though, it's safe to say that Picante is a type of salsa.
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Salsa is a combination of finely chopped tomatoes, tomatillos, peppers and spices. It is usually mild and can be added to a number of dishes as a condiment. "Picante" means
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Salsa just means sauce. Picante means spicy as in hot. A salsa
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Salsa is thinner than picante, which is an offset of pico de gallo, which is thicker and usually more chunky.correction to ^ Picante. is. salsa. Picante is to salsa as grape is to
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Salsa means "sauce. Picante means "spicy, so picante sauce means "spicy sauce. Picante sauce is a variety of salsa, thicker and spicier than other salsa. Picante is
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