Saturday, July 27, 2013

Fresh Seasonal Peach and Tomato Salsa

Got a ripe peach and a garden tomato? Good! How about whipping up this Fresh Seasonal Peach and Tomato Salsa that's perfect with tortilla chips or great served with chicken or pork...
True confession time: I'm sitting here eating it with a spoon:@)
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This can easily be made for one person or a crowd and these measurements aren't meant to be exact, just eyeball it. Don't hesitate to add some bell pepper or parsley too. 
If you have a peach but no tomato, you could substitute Rotel, just drain it first.

Fresh Peach and Tomato Salsa
1 C peach, diced-peel it if you'd like, I didn't
1 C tomato, diced
1/4 C sweet onion, diced
1 medium jalapeno, cleaned and small diced-if you like heat, leave in the seeds and/or membrane
1 small clove garlic, minced fine
juice from 1/2 lemon or lime
fresh cilantro finely minced in a perfect world, 1 tsp Cilantro Salt in my world
a few hearty grinds of black pepper
pinch of salt-if not using the Cilantro Salt
-Mix everything and serve with tortilla chips.

Boy this is good stuff folks! 
Eat well and have a happy day:@)  

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20 comments:

  1. Yum! I just bought some peaches. I'll make this tomorrow. Have a good weekend.

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  2. I would be, too, Lynn, if I had some. xo

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  3. I have everything to make this, it looks wonderful!!

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  4. I love love love fruity salsas. This looks yummy. :)

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  5. I have tons of both tomatoes and peaches from our farm share. I never thought to put them together! I will have to try this.

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  6. Oh my gosh, my brother just dropped off home grown tomatoes!

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  7. I don't eat tomatoes, but I'll pass this along to the "chef". He likes both!

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  8. I would be eating this with a spoon, too! It looks phenomenal!

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  9. I love the combination of tomatoes and peaches. You know how I love fruit salsas. I made something similar last year and it was a real success. Some people seemed shocked at the combination of peaches and tomatoes, but they should try it and see that it's fabulous. As they say, "what grows together goes together."

    Have a great weekend Lynn.
    Sam

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  10. This sounds really good! As a matter of fact, I have two peaches right now, and access to tomatoes. I fully intend to make this to go with grilled steak for dinner. Thank you for the recipe!!

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  11. My sons love fruit salsas made nice and spicy. Mango is a good one to use too. I could eat it with a spoon though chips would be good too lol.

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  12. What a beautiful, fresh looking salsa! I'm glad you kept it real and ate it with a spoon. Mmmm, mmm good!

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  13. I must try this, peach salsa is our favorite, and I have never had or made homemade, I must try this!
    Thanks,
    Jenna

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  14. Your salsa is fresh and and the perfect taste of summer Lynn! I could eat with a spoon and the bag of chips :)

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  15. Wow - this looks delish! Thanks for the recipe!! and I also just saw a lime & cucumber salad that I'm off to check out :)

    Happy summer days!

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  16. This is certainly a beautiful seasonal salad, Lynn! I think I would love this with fish too!

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  17. My husband brought home all kinds of goodies from a farm stand. I made peach ice cream tonight, and tomorrow I'll make your salsa. Thank you for always bringing your creativity to Foodie Friday!

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  18. Lynn, this looks soo good! I have everything I need to make it, and I think I will ~ this weekend.
    Thank you for sharing. xo

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  19. I am making this because I have the ingredients and it looks fabulous. Pinning too.

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