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January 08, 2011
A supreme sidedish. I added one grilled pepper to this recipe.
Very easy, tasty and light. Coreander is very important!
Thanks a lot for posting it!
February 12, 2011
Done again! So goood even without avocado! New photo added!
January 05, 2011 I saw the stars were missing. I added the stars again.
I really couldn't figure out what to do with this one. It has obviously worked well for some folks, so I spent a lot of time double-checking the instructions that I hadn't missed something, but it just never came together. It's not really a sauce, the components are in chunks. The rather large pineapple pieces, in comparison to the avocado, and the small quantity of jalapeno, made it difficult to use in a way that one could get a flavor-balanced mouthful. The grilled pineapple and the avocado each "mush" a little bit, which makes an attractive presentation difficult. It's not bad tasting, but I think these ingredients could be used more effectively.
yes yes yes. we eat this all the time with pulled pork tacos. i leave the jalepeno out of the salsa because the meat is already sooooo spicy (yum). there are NEVER any leftovers.
Fabulous flavors. We served it with grilled pork tenderloin, and it was a big hit. Expense restaurant flavor made at home. Gotta love it.
Wonderful salsa, totally more-ish with tortilla chips.Creamy avocado, tangy lime and coriander (UK Cilantro sub) with caramalised pineapple adding depth. A healthy addition to my repertoire (minus the chips!)
This was gorgeous and delicious over grilled tuna steaks. What a great combination of ingredients; sweet, sour, hot and rich. A definite keeper, Sharon. Thanks.
An excellent side dish or condiment to serve with meat. I served this with honey glazed ham, and it was delicious. The grilled pineapple was a delight with the other ingredients. A very creative twist on salsa. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I would definately make this again.