Perfect for a side dish, or a topping for tacos! This Peach Mango Salsa Recipe is light and fresh, combining the flavors of summer! Fresh peach, paired with red onion, fresh cilantro, a touch of lime and ripe tomato – everything you need to top off summer dinner recipes!
Who is loving their summer this year? Me, me, me! I love summer at the best of times, but I’ve forgotten just how much I love fresh summer produce! I’m going crazy for peaches, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries and watermelon! I love adding fresh fruit to my savory foods, especially in salads, like this watermelon mint feta salad, and adding it to yogurt in the morning for breakfasts! I also love topping fruit on my savory dishes!
This Peach Mango Salsa is the ultimate salsa to top savory dinner party ideas, or just to knock back with a bag of tortilla chips! I for one, love salsa for quick summertime appetizers or side dishes. When you’re looking for party appetizer recipes, this is perfect. There is so much you can do with it!
The peach mango salsa itself is very easy to make and requires seven simple ingredients found in the supermarket. For this peach mango salsa, I opted for fresh peach and mango, cilantro, tomato, red onion, jalapeno and lime juice. The freshness of the peach and mango pair beautifully with the spice of the red onion and jalapeno and the tomato brings a lovely addition to the dish!
Tips on buying produce for this mango peach salsa
When it comes to buying peaches, look for yellow peaches that are firm, but not over or under ripe. Under-ripe and bruised peaches will be hard to cut and you’ll end up with mushy salsa! Too firm, and your peach will be bitter, rather than sweet. Sweet peaches are ideal for this recipe, as it balances out the spice and acidity from the jalapeno and tomato.
The same goes for mangoes. You’ll want to avoid an overripe mango, as well. I do the old sniff test to see if my mangoes are ripe. Generally, if you can smell the mango flavor when you sniff the end of the mango, it’ll be ripe. That and the firmness of the mango are great guidelines. This is one of our favorite mango recipes.
The tomatoes will need to be firm if you want to dice them easily. I generally use one small, ripe, firm roma tomato for this recipe and dice it into small pieces. The smaller the pieces of tomato, the better! I’m a firm believer that food chopped into smaller pieces tastes way better than chunky food!
This peach mango salsa tastes best with the freshest ingredients you can find! Farmers markets are always bursting with fresh fruit and vegetables and would be the first place I’d recommend to seek out the best food you can find!
Fresh Peach Recipes are so delicious
- Grilled Peaches Salad
- Healthy Peach Bread
- Peach Cobbler with Cake Mix
- Asian Peach Glazed Chicken
- Citrus Peach Sangria
More about Peaches
- Peach Health Benefits
- How to Peel Peaches the Easy Way
- How to Cut Peaches Step-by-Step
- How to freeze Peaches
- Peach vs. Nectarine – What’s the Difference
- Facts about Peaches
Celebrate the rest of summer with fresh, easy and delicious food! Perfect to serve as a party appetizer, or on top of your favorite savory dish!
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A lightly balanced, peach mango salsa that can be eaten as an appetizer with tortilla chips, or topped onto your favourite savoury dish! Light and fresh, made with some of the best produce that summer has to offer!
- 1/2 small mango finely diced
- 1 peach finely diced
- 1/2 jalapeno or one if you want it spicy
- 1/4 red onion very finely diced
- 1/4 cup cilantro finely chopped
- 1 tbsp lime juice
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp pepper
Place all ingredients in a small bowl and stir until well combined.
Adjust salt and pepper, and lime juice according to taste.
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