06 March 2013

Yum: Peach & Pineapple Salsa

If you checked out my meal planner on Monday you would know that I made tuna steaks on Sunday and brightened it up with some fancy pants salsa. Hellllo! Maybe this is just my feeble attempt to make it Spring time here, but whatever. It was good. The salsa, that is. I wasn't the biggest fan of the tuna steaks. I have never tried a sweet salsa like this before, so it was really stepping outside of the box for me - Craig was in heaven. He loved it!

Here's how you make it (makes enough for 3 servings):
5 peach slices
1/5 of a pineapple
1/3 red onion
Cilantro - to your preference

Okay, so I sort of just made up the proportions of this recipe, but its probably about accurate. I used frozen peaches because they're really hard to find fresh this time of year. If you do this just make sure that you let them thaw out first. The pineapple was fresh, and muy delicioso! I'm not a fan of red onion, but let me say this...it makes sense. If you've never tried a fruit salsa like this its hard to wrap your head around, but once you taste it..you get it. Just do it. I didn't use a ton of cilantro because I'm not the biggest fan, but I find it nice in moderation. It paired nicely with the fish, but maybe I should have cooked the fish differently (also why I'm not doing a recipe on the whole dish! haha)

I would also think that this could be a great idea on a salad in place of dressing...maybe add in some dried cranberries or cherries. Sweet decisions. Enjoy!


  1. I'm obsessed with any type of salsa, but I've never had a peach/pineapple salsa before!! This has to be good!! I'll try it! =)

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  2. This looks so delish! I want some right now. It was almost cruel to share this recipe when I have none of these ingredients on my house. I simply must go to the store. xx. McKenna Lou

  3. Peaches and pineapples are two of my favorite foods! This salsa looks so tasty, I can't wait to give it a try!

  4. Um, YUM. I'd love to be on a beach eating this and drinking a margarita...

  5. I bet this would go great with salmon. Cheers for posting the recipe and feel free to drop by me too when you have time.


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