Here is a crowd-pleasing salsa you can use for dip with chips or make a gourmet meal that’s perfect for summer!
Try this versatile summer mango salsa perfect for whatever you’re in the mood for. It goes great as a topping on salmon, chicken, or as a dip with chips. The time chopping the fruit and veggies is well spent for the compliments you’ll receive from family and friends.
Simple Recipe Tips
The key to making any salsa is in the chopping. All the ingredients need to be chopped and diced, which is the most time-consuming part of the process here. Start with frozen mango, as it will be easier to prepare.
Mangos can take some work to prepare but not when you buy the frozen kind! Frozen fruit and veggies are flash frozen in their prime of freshness, preserving nutrients. Frozen mangos are inexpensive during the summer months and perfect for chopping. This saves time as opposed to messing around with peeling the skin and taking out the pit of a fresh mango. Aldi sells mangos in the freezer aisle for $2.99. Start saving money and find the closest Aldi to you, click here.
Salmon with Mango Salsa
The dry flaky texture of salmon is a perfect compliment to the juicy, sweetness of this salsa. Simply bake salmon as directed on the package or until it turns light pink and add salt and pepper to taste. Top with the mango salsa and ta-da! You can also add some avocado for extra nutrients and flavor.
Mango Salsa Recipe:
- 1 Cup Mango (frozen and diced)
- ¼ Cup Red Onion (diced)
- ½ Cup Red Pepper (diced)
- ¼ Cup Cilantro
- 2 Tablespoons Lime Juice
- Avocado (optional)
- In a
mediumbowl add diced mango. Frozen mangos are easier to dice. Make sure they aren't covered in ice or they will melt and create more water than desirable. Add red onion, red pepper, cilantro (can omit if allergic) and lime juice. Stir with a plastic spatula. Serve with chips as salsa or over salmon. If desired, top with avocado. size
Enjoy this recipe packed with nutrients like potassium and vitamin A in the red pepper to the anti-inflammatory properties found in red onion. Let food be your energy!