Fast Tropical Mango Salsa

"Yet another recipe from Canadian Magazine, Chatelaine. What's great about their recipes is they are triple tested and always tasty. Great to dress up grilled chicken, steak, fish or burgers. Recipe is easily doubled."
 
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Fast Tropical Mango Salsa created by May I Have That Rec
Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
2 1/2 cups
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ingredients

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directions

  • Peel mango.
  • Slice fruit from stone in long thick pieces, then chop into smaller bite sized pieces.
  • Chop pepper into similar-size pieces.
  • Slice tomatoes into 2 or 3 rounds.
  • Core and seed jalapeno, then mince.
  • Thinly slice onion diagonally.
  • Place all in a large bowl and drizzle with olive oil and lime juice.
  • Stir in garlic, salt and basil, coriander or cilantro until evenly mixed.
  • Salsa will keep well for several hours covered in the fridge.

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  4. South Carolina Girl
    I enjoyed this! It was very easy to make. Made for Healthy Choices ABC Tag.
     
  5. Crystal Rose
    I was looking for a quick fix to give perch a tropical flair and this was it! I used chopped red onion (a quarter of one) instead of green, left out the yellow pepper (had no sweet peppers on hand) and used chopped regular tomato instead of cherry/grape. I also used a whole mango instead of half, added more cilantro and garlic, and left in some of the jalapeno seeds. I put the mix in the fridge for about a half hour while my perch was baking, then served it over the fish with hot rice. Very tasty! I will be trying this again with yellow pepper next time. Thanks!
     

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This is a recent photo of myself and my husband on a recent trip to Chicago. UPDATE: I am originally from Calgary, Canada, lived in Korea for 4 years where I worked as a teacher and met my husband, a US soldier. After he came back from Iraq, we reunited at Ft. Campbell, KY where we lived until he got out of the army and then moved to Flagstaff, AZ for 2 years and then moved to Tucson. We lived in Tucson for 2.5 years where my husband had a law enforcement job. We recently moved to Minneapolis, MN. We got married in Sedona, Arizona 4 years ago in the courtyard of a beautiful Inn in the Red Rock Mountains. My all time favorite cookbooks are the BEST of BRIDGE series written by a group of Canadian wives who met regularly to play bridge and had to bring a dish to each game. Their cookbooks evolved from there. I highly recco any of their cookbooks and/or their website. I really enjoy cooking and missed it alot when I was in Korea because I didn't have an oven, which are few and far between there.
 
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