Recipe by ANTILOPE
"This is a fusion Peach salsa that combines hot and sweet with Asian spices. Great as a dip with tortilla chips or served as a garnish to meat dishes."
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2 (15 ounce) cans
peaches, drained and chopped
green onions with tops, thinly sliced
chopped fresh cilantro
Asian five-spice powder
garlic chile paste
This is fantastic. I had fresh peaches so I sweetened it with honey and added about 1/3 C. of cilantro along with the other ingredients.
With peaches in season I used fresh ones and I was excited to use my 5-spice powder b/c I don't have many recipes using this. I was disappointed with this recipe though, it didn't taste bad (reason I still gave 3 stars), just felt like it was missing something. Tried serving will grilled pork tenderloin and also w/tortilla chips. Tried adding a touch of sugar, ended up adding pre-made salsa to give it more flavor. It still tasted like it needed something else, neither me or my husband could figure out what though.
I just made this on the fly (at 9:15pm) because I had all the ingredients on hand (except the seasoning, used a combo of garlic powder and other stuff) and I was hungry. SO delcious, I am making this again tomorrow to bring to a pre-haloween party. Thanks for the recipe, its a real winner.
This was SO good! I made it with fresh peaches that were super sweet and juicy. The only garlic chile paste I had was garlic sriracha, but it worked perfectly. I've served it over plain grilled chicken breasts and also grilled ahi tuna steaks. Delicious! Thanks so much!
I made this salsa to go with teriyaki grilled fish. I used some gorgeous fresh peaches from the farmers market. Unfortunately, it didn't turn out to be as good as I anticipated. Nice heat from the garlic chile paste but I think flavor overpowered the perfume of the peaches. The five spice got lost in the mix. Also, the salsa was missing the pep that usually comes from onions -- the green onions just aren't peppy enough.
Lovely recipe Antilope. No one in my family likes cilantro, so we skipped it. Although we love spice, I cut the chile paste to a half a teaspoon and it was just perfect. Added some cucs to this too. Thanks!
Very easy and tasty. Took to a summer party and everyone loved it. I'd like it served over grilled chicken, port or fish. Yum!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
California Fusion Peach Salsa
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 4
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