Sweet berries, spicy jalapenoes, onions, cilantro, and a crush of lime combining to make this Strawberry Salsa. Between this salsa and my pineapple salsa, I merely can’t stop impelling outcome salsas this summer!
This comes together in about 15 minutes and the salsa disappears approximately faster than that every single time I make it.
Each time I make it, I think that strawberry salsa would be awesome on chicken or fish. However, it has never lasted long enough for me to actually test that. We all grab a handful of chippings and dig in as soon as it’s on the table.
When strawberries are in season, I can’t get enough of them. From salads to main dishes to all of the desserts, I’ll freely eat them every day.
Fluffy Strawberry Banana Ice Cream is the excellent action to cool off this summer.
Last but not least, have you tried Whipped Strawberry Butter? It’s pure heaven on a biscuit or scone.
COOKING TIP: This salsa is best immediately after it is made. If you must make it an hour or two in advance, wait to add the lime liquor when you’re ready to serve it. The strawberries will begin to break down soon after it has all been combined.
Strawberry Salsa Recipe
Combine the strawberries, jalapeno, onions, and cilantro in a small bowl. Stir to combine. Compute the lime liquor and incite again. Serve with tortilla chips and dig in.
Strawberry Jalapeno Salsa
Sweet strawberries and spicy jalapenoes mix in this mouthwatering fresh salsa.
Course AppetizerCuisine American, MexicanKeyword Strawberry Salsa
Prep Time 10 minutesTotal Time 10 times
Servings 3 bowls salsa
Ingredients3 cups diced strawberries about 1 1/2 lbs showered and hulled1 large-scale jalapeno grains removed, about 3 tablespoons finely minced3 dark-green onions very thinly slicedhandful of cilantro foliages only, about 3 tablespoons mincedjuice of one lime about 1 tablespoon1 /8 – 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt adjust to taste1 /8 – 1/4 teaspoon freshly grind black pepper. adjust to taste InstructionsCombine the strawberries, jalapeno, onions, and cilantro in a small bowl. Stir to combine.Add the lime liquid, stimulate again and provide immediately. Enjoy!
NotesThis salsa is best immediately after it is procreated. If you must make it an hour or two in advance, wait to add the lime liquor when you’re ready to serve it. The strawberries will begin to break down soon after it has all been combined.
being published 7/8/ 13- recipe records and photos updated 6/17/ 20
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