"This sweet but zippy salsa is a great way to use summer fruits and vegetables. Try it on pork or chicken at your next cookout." — AUNTYLENE
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onions, finely chopped
fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and chopped
pears - peeled, cored and chopped
green bell pepper, finely chopped
red bell pepper, finely chopped
distilled white vinegar
pickling spice, wrapped in cheesecloth
This is a wonderful fruit salsa. I noticed another reviewer said the person submitting this recipe didn't know what salsa was and what it was supposed to taste like. I think the reviewer doesn't know what you're supposed to do with FRUIT salsas. This is wonderful on pork chops and chicken from the grill. This is NOT salsa to dip your chips in! Wonderful flavor, great way to use up the abundance of wonderful fresh local peaches on my kitchen counter.
Thanks for sharing your recipe.
I made this recipe in 2004 and canned it. I cut the sugar and added hot peppers. We really like it and I will make it again this year. We like it with chips.
When I went on vacation at Rhode Island to visit my best friend, She was serving this salsa and it is the best salsa I have ever tasted! I wish I could rate it infinity!
This recipe is fantastic!! I replaced pears with nectarines and added lots of chopped fresh hot peppers to make it spicy and it turned out great. Awesome on crackers, fish or chicken!!!
Good Recipe! Only added 3 Cups of sugar. Next time I will try 2. Just a little to sweet for me.
I thought this was a great dish! The only thing I changed was I didn't add the green bell pepper because I'm not too crazy about that taste. I could have used more peaches for more peach flavor and next time I'll be adding some jalapenos or some hot banana peppers for a little zip. I served this over grilled chicken and rice.
My mom and I make this salsa occasionally and I was surprised to find the same recipe on this site. We add jalepenos for kick (no seeds) and a few less pears. I love sweet salsa, not hot or spicy, so this recipe is great! She says fresh peaches/pears are best, but we've also used canned and I can't tell the difference.
I have had this and it's really good on chicken and pork and it's great on ritz crackers too. I am glad to find the recipe and will definitely make it. Thanks alot.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/128 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 128
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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