10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa

This 10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa is a quick and easy, refreshing summer salsa made with juicy peaches, sweet mango, avocado, red onion, jalapeño and cilantro mixed with olive oil and lime juice. 

10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa

Oh peach season, how I love you!

This fresh, summer salsa is sweet, zesty, fresh and incredibly simple to make! It’s great as a dip with tortilla chips and it’s also perfect served on top of grilled chicken or fish! 

10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa

What will I need for 10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa? 

 

The actual making of this salsa is no more than cutting up the ingredients and tossing them together in a bowl. What you should focus on is making sure you are picking out the freshest ingredients to make the most delicious salsa possible. 

Peaches – The peaches should be ripe and juicy! During peach season look for the peaches that when you press on them give just a little bit. If they are too hard and don’t give at all they are not ripe enough, if they are so mushy you feel like you could put your finger right through the skin then they are over ripe. 

Mango – Same goes for the mango as the peaches in terms of how to pick it out. I find it harder to pick out a perfect mango just by look and feel, so you may want to pick up more than 1 just in case one doesn’t work out. 

Avocado – I like to think of the avocado as a step before it’s guacamole ready. It should be ripe enough that there is a nice green ring around the outside when you open it up, but not so ripe that it would fall apart with the gentle press of a fork. You want the avocado pieces to stay intact when they are added to the salsa. 

Red Onion – The red onion adds a nice crunch and a little zesty flavor. 

Jalapeño – Add the jalapeño with the seeds for a spicy salsa, remove the seeds for mild and if you really can’t take the heat, leave it out all together!

Cilantro – Fresh cilantro adds a nice, balancing flavor.  

Lime Juice/Zest – The lime juice and zest serves 2 purposes, first, it helps to keep the avocado and the peaches from turning brown. Second, it gives the salsa a subtle zesty, fresh flavor.

Olive Oil and Salt – The fruits give this salsa so much flavor on their own it really doesn’t need much in terms of additional seasoning. Just a little bit of olive oil and salt help enhance the flavors and bring everything together. 

 

Can I Make It Ahead?

 

This salsa is great for bringing to or serving at a party. I suggest making it no more than 1 day in advance of when you are going to serve it. Because of the lime juice, the avocado will keep fine and not turn brown as long as you keep it refrigerated in an air tight container. After 24 hours things start to get a little mushy and the salsa won’t taste as fresh. 

Ideally, my favorite time to enjoy this salsa is about 2 hours after it has been prepared, I like it cold and giving it a little bit of time to marinate enhances the flavors. However, it absolutely can be eaten right away after preparing! 

 

10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa

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10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa


  • Author: Laura
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: Serves 4-6 1x

Description

This 10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa is a quick and easy refreshing summer salsa made with juicy peaches, sweet mango, avocado, red onion, jalapeño and cilantro mixed with olive oil and lime juice. 


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Ingredients

2 ripe peaches

1 large ripe mango

1 medium, ripe, but firm, avocado

2 tbsp red onion, finely chopped

1 jalapeño, finely chopped

2 tbsp cilantro, chopped

1 tbsp olive oil

juice of 1 lime

zest of 1 lime

1/4 tsp salt


Instructions

Wash the peaches well, slice open to remove the pits and chop into small pieces, add to a large bowl

Remove the skin and slice the flesh off the core, chop the mango flesh into small pieces, add to the bowl with the peaches

Remove the skin and pit from the avocado*, slice into small pieces, add to the bowl

Add the red onion, jalapeño** and cilantro to the bowl, toss the salsa to mix everything together

Add the olive oil, lime juice and zest and salt, toss

Serve the salsa right away or keep refrigerated for up to 24 hours


Notes

*the avocado should be ripe enough for good flavor, but not so ripe that when it’s mixed with the salsa it falls apart

**remove the jalapeño seeds for mild salsa or add them in for spicy salsa

  • Category: Salsa

Keywords: #peachmangosalsa, #homemadesalsa, #summersalsa

 

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10 Minute Peach Mango Salsa

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