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Looking for a simple but tasty (and unique) snack item to serve at your next gathering? Or maybe you just want something a little different to munch on while watching your favorite shows at home? Well, give this Labor Day Fruit Salsa a try. It’s loaded with great flavor and is a cinch to put together!
It really is amazing what you can do with a fairly simple fruit and herb mixture, sometimes. Normally, when I think of salsa, I think of the typical tomato, onion, and bell pepper variety, but let me tell you: This fruit salsa is really delicious as well, and it certainly stands apart from the more typical snack options. Get ready to receive a massive amount of compliments!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Meal Diva
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Quick tip: Simply remove or add fruits to make this salsa more to your liking.