10 Fresh Fruit Salsa Recipes You’ll Need This Summer

Tomato salsas are old news. Revamp a summer classic with fresh fruit
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10 Fresh Fruit Salsa Recipes You’ll Need This Summer

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These are summer fruit salsas that you’ll want to eat all summer long. 

Grilled Pineapple Mango Salsa

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Fruit salsa is delicious all on its own — a spicy and sweet dip that you cannot resist. But this recipe packs in extra flavor from the char on the grilled pineapples. 

Melon Salsa with Peaches

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This recipe showcases some classic — and delicious — summer fruit. You can even add additional fruit to this recipe: try honeydew or cantaloupe. 

Spicy Kiwi and Jalapeño Salsa

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With this recipe, you get the heat and spice of a traditional salsa, but gain a little added sweetness from the kiwi. We also omit the lemon juice for this salsa, since the kiwi provides all the acidity the dish needs. 

Mango Salsa

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Now you can enjoy this fruit in a whole new way. Instead of sprinkling your mango with hot sauce and lime juice, put it in a bowl with a few chopped ingredients to make a salsa. 

Strawberry Salsa

Enjoy your strawberry salsa with chips, or turn this recipe into a side dish and enjoy with grilled chicken

Applesauce Salsa

If you’re looking to experiment with a salsa recipe, here’s the recipe to do it. Combine applesauce, store-bought or homemade, with traditional salsa ingredients to create a new sweet and spicy combo. 

Blackberry-Citrus Salsa

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This blackberry-citrus salsa recipe pairs well with grilled shrimp. Bring this to your next barbecue and it may just become your new go-to dish.

Tofu Mango Black Bean Salsa

This recipe takes traditional mango salsa to the next level. With the addition of tofu, this fresh fruit salsa is now a vegetarian’s dream. 

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Orange Tomatillo Salsa

A typical Mexican salsa gets a citrusy kick with this recipe. 

Blueberry, Strawberry, and Jicama Salsa

A salsa that can be made in one, two, three. Enjoy this summer specialty with your next chicken or fish entrée.