"This is a delicious salsa that's perfect with tortilla chips, or served with granola and yogurt for a healthy breakfast!" — sweethunibabi
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diced fresh mango
diced fresh pineapple
fresh jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced
red onion, finely diced
salt, or to taste
chopped fresh mint
In the months that I have used this site, this is the first time I felt that I absolutely had to give homage to a recipe. I served this to for a party a while back and the feedback was amazing. This was a bunch of twenty-something year olds and by the end of the night I had given directions on how to get the recipe at least a dozen times. I did make a slight change. I left out the chopped mint on accident, as I was rushed to get it out on the table. However I'm not a huge fan of mint anyways and the salsa still went over amazingly. Also I used Tostito's Hint-of-Lime Tortilla Chips and I think they complimented it nicely. One final remark: Don't skimp on the Red Onion or the Jalapeno. I don't handle spice very well but if you de-seed the jalapeno well it won't be an issue and the two, especially the red onion, give the salsa a necessary "bite" to it that you need in order for it to be a salsa and not too fruity. Huge rave and will definitely be using this for parties more often. Make sure to make it the night of if you want it chunky, otherwise it gets liquidy within a few hours.
This Salsa is so fresh!
I left out the Jalapeno as I was looking for something to cool down my jerk chicken.
It was perfect, can't wait to have it again.
I made this upon request for my son's 14th birthday. It was a huge hit with the adults, but those pesky teenagers would not even try it. Well, except for my son and he LOVED it. Perect combo of fruitiness and spicyness. I quadrupled the recipe and ended up not having quite enough mango, but it didn't matter. And I had to use canned pineapple because no fresh was available. I used the exact recipe and at first it tasted a little salty. But by the next day, it was perfect. I think it could have even used more jalapenos. This will be on my go to list from now on.
This is a great fruity salsa to serve with white fish. Canned fruits can be used too without lack of flavor. Easy to make and delicious.
This salsa is so awesome! We just used half the salt (kosher salt). We have already made this twice in a week! Super duper recipe.
Made this for a salsa contest at work and won!! I doubled the recipe and added a drizzle of honey for added sweetness.
Better than any restaurant salsa. Was delicious! Will certainly make again!
I absolutely loved this salsa. I served it with tortilla chips. The event I took it too, gained me and the recipe a lot of great compliments.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Caribbean Fruity Salsa
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 16
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