Get ready for this easy, healthy mango pineapple salsa recipe! It's done in minutes and it's great paired with so many meals: chicken, fish, salmon, tacos and more!
If you've been around my corner of the internet for a while then you know I'm a sucker for tacos. And pretty much all things mexican-inspired. I love a good healthy guacamole or beef taco more than the next girl.
When I realized I don't have one stinkin' salsa recipe on my site that just had to change. And since it's summer and we have some yummy fruits in season, I figured what better way than to make mango pineapple salsa!
Learn how to core a pineapple so you can make this recipe quickly and easily.
What to do with mango pineapple salsa:
Let's first start with all the ways you can use this salsa recipe. It's so versatile and goes with so many recipes!
- Pair with salmon like this honey glazed salmon recipe or any other fish
- Make alongside your favorite tacos or fajitas
- Pair with a simple grilled chicken and rice
- Eat plain with some tortilla chips as an app
How many calories in mango pineapple salsa?
There's only about 60 calories in one serving of this salsa recipe! It's made with whole ingredients and real fruits and veggies so it's light and refreshing. It makes a great and healthy condiment to so many meals.
How to make this salsa recipe:
Get ready for one easy recipe! All you do is chop the fruit and veggies and mix with cilantro, lime juice and sea salt and you're done. You've got a sweet and spicy dip in minutes.
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Mango pineapple salsa
- 2 cups diced pineapple
- 1 cup diced mango
- 1 jalapeno diced very small
- ½ red bell pepper diced
- ½ red onion diced
- 2 tablespoon lime juice
- 2 tablespoons fresh cilantro chopped
- 1 teaspoon sea salt
- Add the pineapple, mango, jalapeno, bell pepper and red onion to a medium bowl. Add the lime juice, fresh cilantro and sea salt and mix well to combine. Serve with chicken, fish, tacos or with tortilla chips.
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