Introduction: Fresh Fruit Salsa

When it comes to snack food, salsa is as iconic as apple pie is american. 

Fresh fruit salsa is a quick, easy, healthy, and tasty spin off the traditional tomato salsa.

We always have some kind of fruit in bloom around my house-usually too much- so we do a lot of canning and freezing.
This year we tried making salsa out of our peaches, and it turned out very tasty. 

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Step 1: Ingredients

Incredibly simple and customizable, depending on your taste: 
  • 2-4 peaches
  • 1 mango
  • tomatoes (optional)
  • 1/4 to 1/2 red onion (red is much tastier than yellow)
  • 1 packet of salsa mix
  • cilantro would be a nice addition (optional)

Feel free to add other fruits if you want. You could even add figs! If you do, be gentle, as they are very fragile. 

Step 2: Chop and Combine

Dice all your ingredients, add the salsa mix and stir gently. 

You can refrigerate for 20-30 mins, or devour immediately!

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susanchen2011 (author)2012-07-11

omg i think that they look really nice yum.

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slylee (author)susanchen20112012-07-11

it is very yum indeed!

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