The sweetness and a bit of tart from fresh mango in this super simple salsa is just amazing, great with chips, on fish, chicken and even steak…cannot go wrong with this spring color salsa.
Here I am again, with a super simple recipe, or better, no recipe for mango salsa. This salsa is super fruity as you can imagine…loaded with mango, a bit of onion, handful of cilantro and a splash of fresh lemon or lime…that’s it. If you like a hint of heat, add finely chopped jalapeno and make sure that the mango is not over ripe, you do not want to end up with a mushy sauce.
This fruity salsa goes really well with any kind of pan fried, grilled, roasted fish, chicken and steak…and you will taste a burst of spring.
– So, what is salsa?
According to Wikipedia, salsa in Mexican cuisine is a kind of sauce mainly composed of tomato, onion, chilies, herb and some sort of acid.
But in reality salsa can be made of any kind of fruit, vegetable, herbs and so on…
– How you serve fruit salsa?
With whatever you like specially grilled meat, chicken and fish. Somehow the sweet and a hint of spice is a perfect match for smoky food by refreshing it. I enjoy fruit salsa with fish, scallops, shrimps…somehow a perfect complement.
– Ready to look at the recipe?
Oh, by the way, this recipe was based on this recipe. Please adjust the amount of each ingredients to you taste.
- Almost ripe mangoes, cut into small cubes
- Sweet onion, finely chopped
- Cilantro, chopped
- Jalapeno, finely chopped (optional)
- Lime or lemon
Place the chopped sweet onion into an icy bowl of water and let it rest for 15 to 20- minutes. Drain well and pat dry with paper towel. If you do not mind the strong smell and taste of onion, please skip this step.
In a medium bowl add all the ingredients and squeeze lime or lemon juice. Mix gently.
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Ready to serve.
Did you know that mango is low in calories but loaded with nutrients? Mango is high in fiber and rich in vitamin A and C. Vitamin C helps your immune system and collagen formation as vitamin A is essential for bone and vision.