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How To: Do beginning Salsa dance moves

Watch this video to learn something short and simple just for you to mix it in to your other salsa dancing moves. Remember, it is not about having multiple long combos, but about putting smaller salsa moves together in different orders that will make you a versatile dancer. That will keep your salsa moves fresh and keep the ladies guessing what you will do next.

How To: Do club style Salsa dance moves

This video basically covers some of the simplest Salsa dance moves that are basically universal -- that everyone who does Salsa knows how to perform. It is interesting to note that some of the more complicated Salsa dancing moves actually end up being variations of these combos.

How To: Peel a tomato

How to peel a tomato. I didn't learn it here, but this is one of the best I've seen on how it's done other than with my own personal touch. Enjoy fresh tomato sauce or salsa!

How To: Dance salsa

Salsa dancing not only incorporates beautiful dance steps, but also exaggerated use of the hips. Learn how to dance the Salsa in this free video series on Salsa dancing featuring a professional dancer.

How To: Master basic salsa dancing steps

When you start out with salsa dancing, there are a few basic moves you need to master. In this video, let Addicted2Salsa take you through the most important steps to this Latin dance style. So, slip your dancin' shoes on and start the music - it's time to salsa!

How To: Dance complex salsa patterns

Here is a series of hot and complex sexy salsa dance patterns. This is a more complicated salsa pattern. It is a very long pattern, so take it in strides and small bites. We have named the individual moves to help you piece the entire salsa combination together.

How To: Prepare a fresh avocado and mango salsa

In this cooking how-to video Chef Mario makes a sweet n' spicy mango salsa with inexpensive, common ingredients. Follow along and learn how to prepare this modern twist on the old salsa recipe. All you need for this fresh salsa recipe is: mango, red pepper, tomato, cilantro, lime juice and avocado.

How To: Salsa dance step by step for beginners

Dancing salsa is like making love on a wood floor. Interested? If so,then check out this easy to follow dance video which will guide you step by step through how to dance salsa. From sashaying your hips sexily to the correct basic forward and backward step, this video covers it all.

How To: Make delicious salsa for tacos, chips, and more

Steve demonstrates how to make salsa for tacos, chips and dips. The salsa uses cilantro, 8 to 12 tomatoes, one lime, a couple of cloves of garlic, a couple of jalapeno peppers, a whole medium onion and salt. Set aside several tomatoes. Quarter the rest of the tomatoes, de-vein the jalapenos, dice half of the onion, chop the garlic and put them into the blender. Squeeze lime juice into the blender. Blend the mixture. Add a handful cilantro at the end of the blending cycle. Dump the salsa mixtu...

How To: Improvise dancing salsa

In this instructional dance video, learn how to perform the famous "Salsa Disco" dance move using different amounts of spin. A lot of dancers get caught up in the fact about knowing very little moves, but in reality, by adding doubles and triples in their current salsa dance combination - they become almost new.

How To: Do advanced Salsa moves

In these Salsa dance lessons on video, learn some steps in the Miami style of Salsa dancing. Learning these advanced salsa dance steps—the mojito, las manos complicadas, the yuka, and the noventa—will help you get around on the dance floor a little more, as well as add a little flair to your salsa dancing routines.

How To: Dance advanced style salsa moves

In this episode of Addicted to Salsa, you will learn some advanced club style salsa moves. These moves are similar to the most popular ones found in New York City's salsa nightclubs. So, if you are ready to add some Latin flair to your dancing, have a look at this tutorial.

How To: Do the windmill pattern dance move in salsa

This video is part of an instructional series on salsa dancing. In this particular video, instructors Anthony Persaud and Julie Merrill indicate the proper way to execute windmill dance moves in salsa. These moves involve structured turning, with or without a partner. The arm is raised up and outward, turning in a clockwise, then counterclockwise motion to facilitate turning from one way to the other. The name windmill refers to the way the arm turns to allow the move. Anthony provides instru...

How To: Make basic chunky salsa

Sometimes you like your salsa chunky, and that's fine. Of course everyone does salsa their own way, but it's always good to see what recipes are out there. Variety is the spice of life, and salsa is the spice of tortiall chip consumption. This video tutorial demonstrates how to make a great quick and simple, chunky salsa recipe.

How To: Make salsa with 7 simple ingredients

Chef Jason Hill shares an authentic Mexican salsa recipe using 7 simple ingredients: cilantro, jalapenos, kosher salt, garlic, lime, onion, and of course, tomatoes. Your friends will BEG you for this recipe! Learn how to prepare this salsa by watching and following along with this video cooking tutorial.

How To: Dance basic salsa steps & do right turns

This dance how to video will review the basic steps of the salsa (front-back) step one. We also teach you how to perform a simple right turn, and for the guys, how to lead a right turn when in open position. Hopefully this will get you started dancing salsa!

How To: Make Mexican salsa verde

In this zesty Mexican Salsa Verde, tomatillos and cilantro mingle with garlic, chiles, and jalapenos. Drizzle on top of tacos, burritos, or salad. You will need tomatillos, garlic, onion, cilantro, salt, vegetable oil, jalapeno, diced green chiles and lemon juice. Salsa verde can be served immediately, but the flavors meld even better when you let it sit in the refrigerator overnight. Enjoy.

How To: Make Italian salsa verde

Italian salsa verde is a parsley-based sauce flavored with salty seasonings like anchovies and capers. You can enjoy this easy salsa verde over pasta, meat, or fish. You will need anchovy filets, capers, canned tuna, olive oil, parsley, lemon, pepper and a galic clove. This sauce is like a parsley-based pesto and can be served with meat, fish, or pasta. You can store extra salsa verde in the freezer.

How To: Add style to cross body leads in salsa dancing

The often-requested men's styling for salsa dancing has arrived! Once you have a solid basis for your cross body leads, the next step is to be able to do variations of it. In this salsa video, we teach ways to spice up your salsa by adding style to your cross body leads. Anthony will teach you how to do a monkey move and a hook step into a cross body lead, and at the end how to add a shimmy.

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