A little sweet, a little hot, and a whole lot of gorgeous. That's what fresh fruit salsa brings to all your summer meals.
Top tip: Add finely diced jalapeño for extra kick.
Try it with: grilled chicken
Top tip: To keep the salsa from getting watery, drain the chopped watermelon in a colander while you prep the other ingredients. Allrecipes member ANYDMCKAY said she saved the juice for watermelon martinis.
Try it with: grilled salmon
4) Mango Salsa
Top tip: Make the salsa the night before to let the flavors develop.
Try it with: crab cakes
Top tip: Sprinkle diced avocado with lemon juice before adding it to the salsa.
Try it with: grilled tuna
Top tip: Double the recipe. It's that good.
Try it with: grilled sea bass
Top tip: Skip the work of peeling and seeding the tomatoes, and simply chop them up instead.
Try it with: Key West chicken
Top tip: Cut back on the beans a bit and drain the pineapple.
Try it with: Kalua pork
Top tip: Don't blanch the rhubarb for longer than the recommended time, otherwise the flavor gets diluted.
Try it with: fish tacos
Top tip: This makes a party-size batch, so you might want to scale it back to suit your needs.
Try it with: garlic lime chicken
Top tip: Leave the peel on the red apple for a pop of color.
Try it with: grilled pork chops
12) Mango Mint Salsa
Top tip: Best when served freshly made.
Try it with: grilled shrimp
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