fruit-salsa is one oif my most favorite dishes to serve with barbecue or with smoked food or grilled food , I discovered the greatness of salsa before i moved to the southwest by first buying jared version of salsa i was looking for a tasty spicy low calorie side dish for my bbq.
When I started to make my own salsa I stopped buying the canned stuff because your own fresh made sals is so much better and you can gain control the amount of sugar and spice when you due it your own.
i also did not like the gummy feeling that some manufactured salsas are made with its like there is a little glue holding everything together,
What is your favorite fruit
It can probably be turned into a tasty salsa
Fruit-salsa-recipe based on regular salsa-recipe
We can start with the general salsa recipe and then add fruit.
5 ripe tomatoes
5 garlic cloves peeled
1 sweet onion
2 jalapeño peppers
1 bunch cilantro leaves
2 limes squeeze out the juice
2 Sweet red bell peppers
mix everything together after dicing them and refrigerator for at least an hour before you plan to eat the bbq meat.
Mango-pinapple-rasberry salsa my favorite
This is so easy to make just use my basic salsa and add the three fruits for a great taste sensation.
one mango peeled and diced into small pieces
one pineapple sliced and diced into small pieces
2 boxes of raspberries washed and thrown into the salsa
mix everything up if its not sweet enough add 3 tablespoons of honey or Splenda
1 cup raspberries, cut into segments
1 mango, cut into small pieces
1 cup fresh pineapple, chopped
1/4 cup onion, diced
1/2 jalapeño take out seeds and cut into small pieces
2 tablespoons lime juice
2 pieces of cilantro
2 tomtoes diced
wash fruit before cutting up and mix in bowel refrigerate for one hour before serving
1 teasoon cumin
1/2 cup cilantro chopped
1 chopped red onion
1 clove garlic chopped up
3 cloves garlic peeled
2 jalopeno peppers chopped seeds removed
1 cup water
1 teaspoon oregano
place all ingredients in pot and bring to boil then reduce heat to medium for 10 minutes until the tomatillos are soft =check with knife.