In this simple Mango Salsa, the flavors of the sweet mangoes onions and peppers combine for a mouthwatering taste sensation.
Why do tomatoes get all of the salsa love? Add some peppers and onions and you can turn all kinds of fruit and vegetables into a delicious condiment. Especially mangoes.
To my Midwestern friends, mangoes are a tropical fruit that is green on the outside with a sweet orange flesh on the inside. I do not mean bell peppers as some folks in other parts of the U.S. refer to them. Though this recipe also uses red bell peppers, just to confuse you.
Like most salsas, this is easy to prepare. Just chop, mix and chill. It is best if you make it a bit ahead of time to let the flavors fully develop… if you can wait.
You can serve this as a salsa with chips or tacos, etc. Or try it as a spicy fruit salad. Yes, I went there. No regrets!
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- 2 medium mangoes diced
- 1 medium red bell peppers seeds removed, diced
- ½ red onion diced
- ½ jalapeno pepper minced
- 3 tablespoons fresh cilantro chopped
- 2 tablespoons lime juice
- salt and cayenne (red pepper) to taste
- Gently toss all ingredients except salt and cayenne together. Chill, covered in refrigerator for 2 hours or more.
- Add seasonings to taste before serving.
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Until next time, happy eating.