April 30, 2014

Fresh Pineapple Salsa

I really can't complain.  My boys are pretty good vegetable eaters.  Once in awhile they'll say, "I really can't eat them mom, they make me throw up" (and sometimes it actually seems legit) but if I ever want  them to down some veggies without a single complaint or gag reflex, then salsa is on the menu.


Fresh Pineapple Salsa @ Blissful Roots

I love salsa in all it's varieties!!  Sometimes I love the savory, but other times the sweetness of a salsa completely hits the spot.  This salsa is total bliss!  The fresh pineapple should convince you of that.  I can't get enough of the sweet pineapple with the bite of cilantro, and tang of the onion.  
Fresh Pineapple Salsa @ Blissful Roots
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The recipe calls for McCormick's salsa seasoning, (this link shows the spicy version, but there recipe calls for mild) but it's tricky to find.  I don't think I've actually had the salsa with the seasoning.  I may have had it once when my sister made it, but I've never been able to round it up, so we just make it without.  It's so delicious that I don't think it needs it.  But I may change my mind once I actually have it with the seasoning.  Really though, if you can't find it, don't let that stop you from making it.  It's fabulous without it! 


Fresh Pineapple Salsa @ Blissful Roots

YUM! Right?  
And here's another family favorite salsa recipe.  It's all savory, no sweetness.  So, depending on you mood you can choose.

Fresh Pineapple Salsa @ Blissful Roots
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2 comments:

  1. Pineapple is my favorite . Specially pineapple mixture with chilly and slot . Product Photo Editing

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  2. Wow, it is really mouth watering. And this pineapple salsa is my whole time favorite. There is nothing can be replaced by this. I really love eating salsa. Even I use to try homemade salsa every time. At least one’s in a week I prepare this. My husband and kids too love this salsa. It is most favorite for them also. I am very happy that I found you. And I am here in this my favorite recipe post.
    Fresh pineapple salsa is anything but it is very easy to prepare! A dynamic mix of sweet pineapple, tomatoes, jalapenos, lime juice, red onion, and cilantro conveys enormous flavor. An incredible expansion to top on barbecued meat or filled in as a light appetizer with chips. It is a simple recipe and everyone can try this. We do not add anything new. If you have pineapple, tomato, red onion, cilantro, lime then homemade salsa is ready. Within minutes you can prepare this salsa.

    This delightful pineapple salsa recipes features new and vivid ingredients consolidated to add intense flavors to any dish. It's the ideal fixing to go with barbecued chicken or fish. It is also filled in as a quick appetizer with crunchy tortilla chips that visitors will eat up! Two days back we have got two guests. They visit home surprisingly. I did not know what to serve them fresh. I just opened refrigerator and just run my eyes. I saw a pineapple. I forgot to take this last day. So it is helped me to prepare salsa for them. They like the recipe a lot. I think they do not prepare salsa at home.

    At the point when the pineapple is blended with ripe tomatoes, hot jalapeno, and naturally pressed lime juice, culinary enchantment occurs. The taste of salsa is mouth watering. Pineapple is my favorite fruit. What is far superior is the salsa not just tastes extraordinary. It is a healthy bite or fixing that conveys gainful supplements in each bite!

    Fresh pineapple can ordinarily be found all year at supermarkets. In any case, the pinnacle season for pineapple is amid March through July. To exploit this brilliant shaded sweet and tangy tropical natural product, include it as the star of homemade salsa! Did you try pineapple with salt and chilly slits? If not try it. In a bowl take some water and add green chilly slit and fresh pineapple. Let it sit in salt water for at least 15 to 30 minutes. Now take one piece and taste it. Can you imagine the taste? Try it out! Enjoy!


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