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Peach Salsa

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Recipe Notes

  • For extra flavor, add cayenne pepper or diced jalapeno peppers.
  • Serve with fresh vegetables, crackers or Food Hero Baked Tortilla Chips.
  • Try with tacos, tostadas, fish, chicken, and more.

Ingredients

1 cup
chopped peaches, canned or fresh (about 1.5 to 2 medium fresh)
1
large tomato, chopped
1
bell pepper, seeded and chopped
1⁄2 cup
chopped onion (1⁄2 medium onion)
1⁄2 cup
chopped cilantro
1 Tablespoon
lime juice
1⁄4 teaspoon
each salt and pepper

Directions

  1. Combine peaches, tomato, bell pepper, onion and cilantro in a large bowl. Add lime juice, salt and pepper and gently stir to mix.
  2. Cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  3. Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours.

 

Notes

  • For extra flavor, add cayenne pepper or diced jalapeno peppers.
  • Serve with fresh vegetables, crackers or Food Hero Baked Tortilla Chips.
  • Try with tacos, tostadas, fish, chicken, and more.
Photo of Peach Salsa
Prep time: 15 minutes
Makes: 2 cups
Nutrition Facts: View Label
Last updated: 07/26/19

3 Comments for "Peach Salsa"

I combined this salsa recipe (minus the tomatoes)  with the salsa recipes for Food Hero strawberry and kiwi salsa, for a salsa tasting at our farmer's market.  It turned out AMAZING!  I made two batches of the three salsas combined and gave out approximately 35 samples of the salsa with corn chips, during the 90 minutes I was at the market.  Even the children thought it was good.  One said it was "very refreshing."  One person said it would be good as a filling for fish tacos.  Each person who wanted to replicate the salsa at home was instructed to take a recipe for each and just mix everything together.  I used all fresh fruits.  I only used a quarter of a jalapeno pepper for each batch, and reduced the amount of onion, due to the fact I knew children would be tasting it.  You can control how spicey you want it just by eliminating or increasing the jalapeno pepper amount.   I did make one batch the day before and refrigerated it.  The second batch, I made at the market.  Both batches were excellent, but the second batch had a more vibrant color and a better texture.  I will definitely do this again!  

I love this recipe.  I made it a lot last summer with fresh peaches.  

So refreshing, great for summer!