Recipe by Fruits & VeggiesMore Matters®
"Ready in only 10 minutes, this tangy salsa doubles as a complementary sauce for grilled chicken or seafood AND as an appetizer to enjoy with your favorite baked chips. A great way to add another fruit to your day!"
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chopped fresh pineapple
chopped red and/or green bell pepper
sweet onion slivers
fresh jalapeno pepper, seeded and finely chopped (or more to taste)
I never thought I could make something like this...but I did! And it was good. :-)
I was going to sere this with grilled salmon. It didn't taste very good at all! I regularly mix pineapple, red onion, and lemon juice for my own salsa, and thought this would have some extra kick. I love the pineapple salsa on the teriyaki chicken at the Keg ... and this is definitely not it... I probably should have let someone else taste it, but I actually put it in the garbage instead of serving it. Sorry :(
Want more pizazz? Add a tablespoon of fresh minced ginger.
Made this and served it over grilled tilapia. It's very good, however very spicy! Next time I will add half a jalapeno and then test it. I also added lemon and lime juice. Avocado would be a great addition to this salsa.
I LOVE IT!!! Reminds me of the teriaki chicken at the keg, this is the salsa they put on top
We loved this salsa over orange roughy. I didn't have jalapeno peppers, used lime juice instead of lemon and added diced jicama for crunch. It was great.
I like this as a garnish for grilled fish or chicken. I added mango in an attempt to sweeten it up a bit. The flavor really depends on having sweet fresh pineapple. I will make this again.
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