There are mango salsa recipes . . . and then there is this Superb and Easy Mango Pineapple Salsa recipe that not only includes the elusive mango, which often intimidates people who aren’t familiar with tropical fruit, but also includes wonderful, fresh, and sweet pineapple!
This is truly a recipe for a superb and easy Mango Pineapple Salsa!
And that’s just what busy working people such as you and I enjoy. .Your friends will beg you for this recipe . . . believe me, they will!
Just LOOK AT THAT COLOR COMBINATION! If that doesn’t excite you to salivate, than just wait until your taste buds get hold of this stuff and do one big tropical HAPPY DANCE!
“Eyes first, taste buds next!” . . . sure works with this recipe!
Now remember, you’ve got to grab those mangos now in summer, when they are ripe and ready to use! Give them a gentle squeeze and if you can’t tell if the mangos are ripe, just ask those produce specialists who can help you.
We like to pair this tropical fruit salsa with fresh, grilled fish! And you just can’t go wrong with swordfish steaks.
I know, I know! You’re saying “But swordfish is So-o-o expensive!”
And you’re right: Fresh swordfish is a splurge! So purchase swordfish when it goes on special in your local market and then freeze them. It’s still much less expensive to enjoy delicious swordfish at home than in a restaurant. And trust me, this recipe will make you feel as if you’ve just been served an extraordinary dining experience in your own home.
Plus, don’t you think you deserve delicious, healthy, FLAVORFUL recipes?
You bet you do!
Don’t forget that this recipe is also AWESOME served as a mouth-watering APPETIZER with tortilla chips!
Fan-tab-ulous for a get-together . . . and the longer that you let the flavors marry in this recipe, the better that this salsa becomes!
This Mango Pineapple Salsa is just so versatile! For an entrée or for an appetizer, you just can’t go wrong with this fresh tropical fruit salsa recipe!
- 1 mango, seed removed, chopped into small chunks
- 2 cups fresh pineapple, chopped into small chunks
- 3 small fresh tomatoes, chopped into small chunks
- 1 red bell pepper, chopped into small chunks
- 1 small - medium sized jalapeño chili pepper, seeds removed, finely diced
- ½ red onion, diced
- 1 cup cilantro, finely diced
- ½ tsp. ground ginger
- juice of 1 lime
- 1 Tbsp. rice vinegar
- 2 cloves fresh garlic, minced
- 1 tsp. sugar
- Mix all ingredients together.
- Serve as an appetizer with tortilla chips.
- Or serve on the side of grilled swordfish or fish of your choice.
Here’s another great recipe to enjoy another tropical fruit salsa (this time using papaya):
THIS. RECIPE. IS. DELICIOUS!
And it is not my recipe, but one straight from the generous Hawaiian chefs in Maui, Hawaii that I’m happy to share!
Last, but not least, here is another extraordinary Swordfish with Fresh Salsa Cruda recipe with more of an Italian or Mediterranean flare. Because I take lunch to my office, a co-worker in my office asked me the day that I brought this in for my tasty lunch: “What is it that smells so good?” This recipe can be reheated the next day for a superb lunch (that is . . . if you have any left over) and it still tastes DIVINE!
I mean, ‘why settle for icky fast-food burger and fries when you can have an awesome lunch at work like this?”
Enjoy this Superb and Easy Mango Pineapple Salsa!
Do you like fruit salsas?
If so, which fruit do you prefer to use in your recipes?