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Last summer, I was invited to a baby shower for one of my very good friends. There were all kinds of tasty treats to nosh on during the party. That’s one of my favorite things about going to parties…the food. Anyway, one of the things my friend was serving at her party was fruit salsas. She had a mango-pineapple salsa and a strawberry salsa. At first, I was apprehensive to try them because the thought of fruit mixed with salsa just didn’t seem natural. Wow. Am I ever glad that I scoop some of that goodness up on my chips.
Both salsas were mind blowing but I think I preferred the strawberry version best. The berries were so ripe and juicy and their sweetness meshed well with the savory ingredients, especially the cilantro.
I am pleased to be sharing this recipe for yummy strawberry salsa with you and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. If you are one of those folks who does not like the taste of cilantro, no problem! Just keep it out of the mix. Enjoy 🙂
Photo and recipe courtesy of Just A Pinch.
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Quick Tip: This salsa is exceptional the day after, so if you have patience, make it the night before you plan to serve.