Bursting with the sweet and tangy fresh mangoes, combined with a medley of colorful ingredients, Mango Salsa is the perfect accompaniment to elevate any dish or enjoy on its own.
Mango salsa is a versatile condiment that can be served as a side dish, a topping for grilled meats and fish, or even as a dip with crispy tortilla chips. Its vibrant colors and tropical taste instantly transport you to a beachside paradise, making it a must-have for summer gatherings, barbecues, or simply when you want to add a touch of sunshine to your plate.
Mango Salsa Recipe
Apart from being incredibly tasty, mango salsa also offers a range of health benefits. Mangoes are packed with vitamins A and C, as well as fiber, which are essential for a healthy immune system and digestion. The addition of vegetables like bell peppers and onions provides extra nutrients and adds a satisfying crunch to the salsa.
So, whether you're hosting a summer fiesta, lounging by the pool, or just looking for a quick and easy way to elevate your meals, mango salsa is your go-to option. Its bright and refreshing flavors are sure to impress your taste buds and transport you to a tropical paradise with every bite.
- Red onion
- Lime juice
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- Begin by preparing the ingredients. Take a ripe mango and carefully peel off the skin. Then, using a sharp knife, finely chop the mango into small, bite-sized pieces. Proceed to finely chop the red onion, tomato, and cilantro as well. Make sure to remove the seeds from the tomato before chopping it.
- Grab a spacious bowl that can accommodate all the chopped ingredients. Place the mango, red onion, tomato, and cilantro into the bowl.
- Now, using a large fork or spoon, gently fold the ingredients together. Make sure to combine them evenly, so every bite of salsa is bursting with flavor. Take care not to mash the mango too much; you want to maintain its juicy texture.
- Once the mango salsa is well mixed, it's time to transfer it to a serving dish. Choose a bowl or platter that suits your style and complements the vibrant colors of the salsa. You can garnish it with a few sprigs of fresh cilantro for an extra touch of freshness.
Frequently Asked Questions
Mango salsa is best enjoyed fresh, as the flavors and textures are at their peak. However, if you have leftovers, you can store the salsa in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 days. Keep in mind that the salsa might become watery as the mango releases its juices, so it's best to consume it within a day or two.
It's best to prepare mango salsa shortly before serving to maintain its freshness and vibrant flavors. However, you can chop the ingredients in advance and store them separately in the refrigerator. When you're ready to serve, simply combine the ingredients, season with lime juice and salt, and let the flavors meld together for a short period before enjoying.
We like to use frozen mangos that have been thawed in the fridge so we don’t have to worry about peeling, pitting, and slicing a fresh mango.
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- 1 ¼ cup whole corn drained
- 1 cup chopped mango
- 1 cup finely chopped red onion
- ½ cup finely chopped tomato
- 2 tablespoons freshly chopped cilantro
- 2 tablespoons lime juice
- Finely chop the mango, red onion, tomato, and cilantro.
- In a large bowl, combine all of the ingredients. Use a large fork or spoon to fold the ingredients together until everything is evenly distributed.
- Transfer the ingredients to a serving dish.
- Serve with a side of chips or on top of tacos. Enjoy!
- You can store this salsa in the fridge for up to 4 days in an airtight container or covered with plastic wrap.
- The zest of the lime juice really helps balance out the sweetness in the mango and tomato.
- If you want to add some extra zest to your salsa, you can add some fresh lime zest.
- If you want to add a little extra heat to your salsa, you can add diced jalapenos.
- You can use frozen mangos that have been thawed in the fridge so you don’t have to worry about peeling, pitting, and slicing a fresh mango.
Creating your own mango salsa is a breeze, and you have the flexibility to customize it to your liking. From adjusting the spiciness to adding extra ingredients like avocado or cucumber, you can tailor the recipe to suit your taste preferences. The result is a vibrant and delicious condiment that enhances the flavors of tacos, grilled meats, fish, or simply a bowl of crispy tortilla chips.