Spicy Fruit Salsa With Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips

Total Time
Prep 35 mins
Cook 7 mins

This is for the contest and I am using ingredients that I would have never thought of using in a salsa. The salsa is not cooked and easy to prepare; therefore, the ingredients have a nice tasty crunch to them.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a large bowl combine brown sugar, honey and balsamic vinegar.
  2. Add next 9 ingredients and combine well.
  3. Transfer to serving dish and garnish with slice of orange and sprig of mint.
  4. Serve with Sugar/Cinnamon Chips.
  5. Combine sugar, cinnamon and (cayenne, if using) in a small bowl.
  6. Split each pita bread into two halves.
  7. Score with sharp knife, but don’t cut completely through.
  8. Spread each half lightly with butter.
  9. Sprinkle each half with cinnamon/sugar mixture.
  10. Place on cookie sheet and bake at 350 degree oven for 7-10 minutes or until lightly brown.
  11. Cool and break into pieces.
  12. Serve with Salsa.
Most Helpful

I am so sorry, but this was not good at all. I normally love fruit salsa, but this one didn't make the grade.

AZRoxy63 August 09, 2004

I just had to make this it was so different! This was so full of flavor. I use dried cherries and frozed rhubarb everthing else I followed. Oh wait I did use Cinnamon Butter by LAU =^..^=DEE Cinnamon Butter for the pitas (which I didn`t know how much so I used 6 large pocketless pitas)place them right on the rack no pan and they took 15 minutes. This salsa is delish. A must try.

Rita~ July 01, 2004

I made these chips on a wim and love them so much!!! I havent tried the salsa yet. I am waiting for the summer.

kelliedorman April 06, 2008