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DH picked this out for us to try. I used fresh pineapple and Hoo Doggies--gave the salsa a great sweet and tart flavor. Of course, we loved the cilantro too. I served this with grilled pork tenderloin and it was a great accompaniment. Thanks Dorothy. Sure 'preciate ya!

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ratherbeswimmin' August 02, 2002

I tried this salsa while testing foods for an upcoming luau. It had good flavor, but after about an hour the salsa looked greenish in color. It lacked in presentation. I also added a few peppers to liven up the flavor. I would serve this salsa again but it's not a favorite. Thanks for the recipe Derf.

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The Crazy Chef August 04, 2003

So yummy and refreshing. Loved it. Thanks for posting!

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ChefLizD February 18, 2011

We liked it.... even my 3 year old ate some.

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2boyzmum March 24, 2010

It was okay, not really a favourite. Still looking for that elusive fruit salsa recipe

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linrinblue August 17, 2009

This was an excellent side to the Chicken Satay I served last night (Grilled Chicken Satay). I used red onion for a nice kick and red bell pepper to add a bright red color to the salsa. It was as beautiful as it was tasty :-) Thanks for posting, Derf -- another fab recipe I would have never come up with on my own!

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DeAnna Owens August 12, 2009

This was good. I used it in 2 ways. I made this early in the day. I mixed the most of the salsa with a box of angel hair pasta that I cooked. I then placed it in a zip lock bag, and let it stay refrigerated until dinner time. I placed a spoonful of salsa on each boneless porkchop, which I then covered with foil and refrigerated until dinner time - and then baked them for 40 mins. When the baked chops were done, I served them with the Pineapple Salsa Pasta as a side dish.

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The Thorn of Hudson, FL July 05, 2007

Hi...this was great tasting, easy and worked wonderfully with the jalepeno crescent poppers. Thing is...at first I forgot to put the salsa out! Now, I need to find another fish or chicken recipe to serve the rest of the salsa with. I used orange bell pepper and the fresh cilantro and then it did not say what kind of onion to use so I thought the green of green onions would look great and it did but I think the next time I make this I will use vidalia onion or bermuda. Next time I will also add a bit of the red pepper. I used crushed pineapple instead of the big chunks and it worked great, tasted really fresh and different. A good recipe to have. Jonesy

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mahannasch May 21, 2007

Simple and uncomplecated, fresh and delish, surprisingly good flavor combo. I also would add some jalapeno next time, for that little zing.

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rosslare March 07, 2007

This was excellent;I added a bit of ginger and peperoncini peppers to give it some Zip;tasty!!! Thanks for sharing.

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Sage January 09, 2007
Pineapple Salsa