276. Pineapple Mango Salsa

A while back I made Jessica’s Healthy Homemade Fish Sticks.  I liked the fish sticks so much that I decided to use them to make fish tacos a week later.  However, no fish taco is complete without a chunky, fruity salsa.  Enter my homemade Pineapple Mango Salsa.  This super chunky salsa was sweet and spicy and a perfect partner to the warm crunch fish sticks in their soft corn blanket.  It’s also great in salads or with chips. 

Pineapple Mango Salsa

Makes about 12 ¼ c.servings

 Ingredients
½ Pineapple
1 mango
6 – 8 pearl tomatoes (*see note)
½ medium red onion

juice of half a lime
Cilantro (dried or fresh)
hot sauce of choice

*Note: I’m currently trying to learn to like tomatoes, so this particular recipe is a little light on the tomato.  If you’re a big tomato fan, I’d suggest using a few more.

 Do It

  1. Roughly chop pineapple, mango, and tomato.  Dice red onion. Put everything into a re-sealable container or a bowl with a lid.
  2. Add lime juice, hot sauce, and cilantro to taste.
  3. Seal container and shake to combine
  4. Enjoy with chips, on a salad, in taco, straight out of the Tupperware…however you like it!
P.S. When scheduling posts in advance, it’s important to enter the correct date of the day you’d like your post to go up.  Yesterday was the 16th, not the 19th which explains my confusion as to why this didn’t get posted yesterday as promised.
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