Recipe by Liz Rosenfeld
"If the blueberries are not quite in season I like to do half blueberries and half raspberries, they sweeten it up a lot. It is great with chips or as a topping for pork and turkey london broil."
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chopped fresh blueberries
whole fresh blueberries
finely chopped jalapeno pepper
chopped red onion
chopped red bell pepper
fresh lime, juiced
salt to taste
My family recently had a salsa contest. I thought since I had fresh blueberries & fresh jalapeno from the local farmer's market I would try this. It was great, followed the recipe exactly except adding a 1/2 t sugar. Everyone gave it a thumbs up. Served w/chips and also w/crackers on cream cheese.
I followed the recipe exactly. This was unique but my husband and I just couldn't convince ouselves to really like it. It was better when eaten with cream cheese.
Really Really yummy!!! Wouldn't change a thing (but I didn't add any pepper...doesn't need it)
Served this over cream cheese for a "red white and blue" wine club event. It was definitely a hit! Next time I make it I may add some extra spice as it was a little bland for my taste.
The salsa was nice, but I would have made simple syrup with the blueberries and jalapenos ten put that over some softened cream cheese.
This salsa was very good- it earned rave reviews from my family, thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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