This was excellent.. the hit of the picnic! Here's what I did differently - I used 1 Fuji apple (rubbed with lemon juice so it wouldnt brown) 1 pear, 1 peach, 1 nectarine, 2 kiwi, about a half cup of pineapple, 1 pint each of strawberries and blueberries... all fresh. I added NO sugar, and used 2 teaspoons of raspberry preserves. I diced the strawberries, kiwi, and pineapple the night before.. keeping them in separate containers, of course. I did not use a food chopper if you dice the fruit by hand it will help to avoid a mushy salsa. I made the chips the night before, to save time. For the chips - i used 2 bags of 10 inch tortillas. From that I got 2 big Hefty Zip Lock bags full. I did the butter cooking spray and cinnamon sugar on each side, and cut them with a pizza cutter. I did some flat on a cookie sheet, and some in mini muffin pans.. the cookie sheets are the way to go if you wanna save on time - the muffin pan chips were fun for the scoopable effect. I baked them at 350 for about 10 minutes and then let them cool on the hot cookie sheet which left them with a nice crispness. The chips were a HUGE hit. Everyone raved about them. Yes - this recipe is time consuming. Be prepared for that from the start.It is worth the effort. My father-in-law even asked me for the recipe. He has NEVER asked me for a recipe in 15 years. This recipe is that good. He wasnt the only one - everyone wanted details. It is definitely a keeper... and will become a July 4th staple at our picnics.
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This was excellent.. the hit of the picnic! Here's what I did differently - I used 1 Fuji...