Mango-Pineapple Salsa

"This makes a fabulous side dish for grilled chicken or fish, and it makes enough to feed a crowd."
photo by Shannon Cooks photo by Shannon Cooks
photo by Shannon Cooks
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  • Cut mangoes, pineapple, red bell pepper, and red onion into 1/4-inch cubes.
  • Combine all ingredients in a large bowl.
  • Cover and refrigerate for several hours before serving.

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  1. Shannon Cooks
    This is a wonderful recipe for salsa! It DOES make enough to feed a crowd! It's light, refreshing, spicy and soooooo tasty. I served this with grilled chicken and fesh tortillas and it was just amazing. Thanks for posting.
  2. drandall56
    I made this awhile back and loved it! It made enough I gave some to my married daughters and their families went crazy over it! I told my older daughter to put it over fish or chicken! The younger one ate it with Empanadas that I made and she's hounding me to make some more! So guess what I'm doing? I'm one of those people that finds eating the same ole thing boring and I wanted to make some Latin food so this was great and a real keeper! I'm planning on making it for the Holidays this winter because it's so good and the color would be pretty on the table during that time of the year! Thanks so much for a GREAT recipe!
  3. Frank T.
    Amazing recipe. Thought about putting garlic in there, but decided against it. I will try that eventually, but it is great without.
  4. anonymous23
    Took this to a party, and everyone loved it--had several ask for the recipe. Thank you! I used two cans of tidbits pineapple and a large red onion, since that's what the local grocer had--I threw in the whole chopped onion without thinking about it, and though the salsa still (obviously) tasted marvelous, I was still tasting the red onions later. I suppose I should've added more mango. Planning on making this again in the very near future--with a medium red onion...


  1. Barbara S.
    Ginger, fresh or tubed paste makes it sublime
  2. Frank T.
    a few drops of habanero hot sauce


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