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Fresh Grape Salsa

This salsa is wonderful - sweet, sour, and a little spicy. We usually enjoy it with tortilla chips, but it can also be used as an accompaniment to fish or chicken dishes like other fruit-based salsas. It can be made with any color of seedless grapes, but red grapes are especially pretty with the green onions, chilies and cilantro.

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  • Combine all ingredients in medium bowl, mix well.
  • Let stand at least 1 hour before serving.
  • Drain off excess liquid before serving.
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"This salsa is wonderful - sweet, sour, and a little spicy. We usually enjoy it with tortilla chips, but it can also be used as an accompaniment to fish or chicken dishes like other fruit-based salsas. It can be made with any color of seedless grapes, but red grapes are especially pretty with the green onions, chilies and cilantro."
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  1. DesertRose15
    This salsa was served at a teacher's a luncheon yesterday and everyone wanted the recipe. I checked to see if it was posted on Zaar and here it is! It was served with tortilla chips, but could also be a wonderful accompaniment with chicken or fish.
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  2. KizmitRuby
    This salsa is wonderful - sweet, sour, and a little spicy. We usually enjoy it with tortilla chips, but it can also be used as an accompaniment to fish or chicken dishes like other fruit-based salsas. It can be made with any color of seedless grapes, but red grapes are especially pretty with the green onions, chilies and cilantro.
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