Fruit Salsa

Fruit salsa in a white bowl placed on a turquoise plate with tortilla chips around it

This fresh fruit salsa is made with a medley ripe sweet summer fruit . The  fruit is perfectly balanced with the heat of jalapeños and onion, while the cilantro adds another layer of flavor. The salt and lime bring it all together for the ultimate summer salsa .  This truly taste of summer and is great served with tortilla chips or even over fish or chicken . This is the perfect way to indulge is the bounty of the summer and use all of that beautiful fruit that is available.  If you love summer fruit check out my Peach Pie recipe , it is the best way to use those fresh peaches .

What you will need to make Fruit Salsa:

Frequently asked Questions

  • How long is the good for ? I find this is best chilled after a few hours but served the same day it is made . It gets a little soggy the next day.
  • Can other fruit be used? YES , this is a great way to clean out your fridge with ripe fruit. Watermelon , cantaloupe and pineapple would be great additions
  • I don’t like cilantro can I leave it out? Yes this would still be really good without it
  • How can I make it with more heat? You can leave some of the seeds from the Jalapenos or add habanero pepper

 

 

Let’s Make some Fruit Salsa !

Add to a mixing bowl add strawberries , peaches and mango. Remember to dice everything small.

 

Diced mango ,strawberries and peaches in a bowl

Add cilantro , onion and diced jalapenos , gently toss.

Onion , jalapeno and cilantro added to a bowl of diced fruit while making fruit salsa

Add lime juice and salt .

Adding lime juice to fruit salsa

Gently toss coating everything with lime juice .

Fruit salsa tossed together in a clear mixing bowl

Serve with tortilla chips or over grilled fish or chicken.

Fruit salsa in a white bowl placed on a turquoise plate with tortilla chips around it  with fruit and cilantro in the background

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Fruit Salsa

4.67 from 12 votes
Prep Time 20 minutes
Course Appetizer
Cuisine American
Calories

Ingredients
  

  • 1 medium Mango Diced
  • 2 cups Diced Strawberries
  • 2 Cups Diced Peaches I used yellow and white
  • 1/4 cup Sweet Yellow and Red Onion Diced small
  • 1/2 cup minced cilantro or to taste
  • 1 medium Jalapeno seeded and diced
  • 2-3 Tablespoons Fresh Lime Juice
  • 1/2 Teaspoon salt

Instructions
 

  • Add to a mixing bowl add strawberries , peaches and mango. Remember to dice everything small.
  • Add cilantro , onions and seeded and diced jalapeno then gently stir until combined . -If you want more heat add some seeds
  • Add Lime juice and salt
  • Toss together gently making sure the lime juice has coated everything . Serve immediately or chill for a few hours.
  • Serve with tortilla chips or over grilled fish or chicken

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Notes

Any fruit can be added to this melons , kiwi , or pineapple would be a great addition 
I find this is best served after it chills a few hours but typically best served the same day. The following day the fruit will start getting a bit soggy 
Keyword Fruit salsa, ripe fruit, summer Fruit
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Megan
Megan
11 months ago

5 stars
Such a simple salsa and so delicious! We had it with pancakes and ice cream.

Cathleen
Cathleen
11 months ago

5 stars
I am addicted to this salsa!! This is just what I needed this summer. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe 🙂

Lauren Michael Harris
11 months ago

5 stars
What a perfect side dish this fruit salsa is for summer cook outs. Everyone will love this – even the kids which is always helpful!

Sophie
Sophie
11 months ago

5 stars
The combination of fresh fruits, herbs, and a hint of tanginess creates a vibrant and flavorful salsa that’s perfect for summer.

Jessica
11 months ago

5 stars
Everyone at our bbq loved this salsa! So unexpected and delicious on everything, from fish, to burgers, to chips even. I have to make a bigger batch next time!

Carrie Robinson
Carrie Robinson
11 months ago

5 stars
I just love the sweet & spicy thing happening with this salsa! 🙂 Such a great way to use summer fruit too. Yum!

Loreto and Nicoletta
11 months ago

5 stars
This is so beautiful, and love the array of colors, flavors and textures. Perfect with grilled protiens, or even on its own. Thank you for sharing! ❤️ 😍

Amy Liu Dong
11 months ago

5 stars
I love how simple this recipe is. I made this today, it is so delicious and refreshing!

Dee Broughton
11 months ago

5 stars
I love fruit salsas! This is how you do it. I feel like I’m the only one who despises tomato based salsas.

Natalia
11 months ago

5 stars
This fruit salsa was absolutely delicious! It was truly exceptional. I’ve tried out a variety of your recipes, and each one has been incredibly appetizing. Thanks for sharing!