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“This is an uncooked tomato salsa (salsa fresca) that’s great to make while fresh tomatoes are in season. Stir pico de gallo into chopped/mashed avocadoes to make guacamole (see my Holy Moly Great Guacamole!), or serve as is with warm tortilla chips and Tex-Mex food (tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas, burritos, chiles rellenos). From LHJ. ENJOY!”
These Barbecue-Peach Summer Rolls are delicious, and make a perfect finger food. There is no need to break a sweat assembling all the rolls yourself. Make a small batch to kick-start the party, then offer a platter of the fresh ingredients—including fresh peaches, cucumber, avocado, and pork—with the dipping sauce so guests can build their own. Just dip the rice paper sheets in hot water as directed, and wrap with a damp towel to keep them soft. Look for rice paper rounds in the international aisle of large grocery stores or Asian markets. Guests will love the Sweet Pepper-Peanut Sauce that brings just the right amount of heat and crunch to this sweet barbecue peach roll. Roll on up and dig right in.
If you’ve never had any salsa but that limp, vaguely reddish stuff that comes in a jar, then you are in for a revelation. Fresh Pico de Gallo is light years better than the packaged stuff. Fresh tomatoes really make a huuuuuge difference here. My Pico de Gallo Fresh Salsa  is bursting with zesty, spicy, garden-fresh flavor that the bottled stuff just can’t begin to copy.
Red bell pepper! Seed and dice it up. I almost used jarred pimentos because I’m open-minded that way…but had a red bell pepper, so I decided to take a walk on the wild side and live the life I was born to live.
Serve immediately if you’re absolutely needing some fresh pico right then and now (I can’t blame you), but I would recommend, if you can, making this ahead of time so the pico de gallo has a chance to chill and really build its flavor.
So you know I had to get my hands on some local Georgia peaches while I was here!  We stopped at a roadside stand and I got an entire bag.  They’re by far the best peaches I’ve ever sunk my teeth into… maybe it’s because I’m in Georgia?
Chop the peaches into small pieces and throw them into a bowl with all the other ingredients. Stir and add a splash of the reserved juice. Taste and add a little more salt and chili powder if you prefer.
Pineapple Mango Salsa.  Made healthy and vegan.  On Saturday we picked up our co-op basket.  Some weeks there isn’t much, but this week we hit the jackpot.  It was time to make a pineapple mango salsa.  Here is another delicious mango salsa recipe.
If you’re not feeling up to the canning process and you have some freezer space, why not try freezing some salsa? Freezing offers endless options and you get to control how much and what type of spicy peppers you want to toss in.  Here, I tossed in some cayenne and scotch bonnet peppers- oh yeah, baby!
For mild pico de gallo, try yellow or orange bell peppers instead of hot peppers. For medium-spicy salsa, choose jalapenos. Serrano peppers are a good choice for very spicy salsa. For fiery hot pico de gallo, experiment with habaneros.
Hi Claudia, yes, that is possible. It’s not supposed to be super thick. However, tomatoes thicken up a ton in the fridge as they chill. So place the salsa in your fridge and check it tomorrow or several hours later today and it should have thickened up much better.
You know Helen, I asked my sister-in-law (my brother’s wife) who Benny might be and she had no idea. So things don’t look good. But you never know. 🙂 This really is a great version, and the story is even better. Hope you’re doing well!
Full of fresh summer ingredients, this mild, simple summer peach salsa is great on chips, on tacos, on fish… it’s slightly sweet, tangy, and pairs well with spicy, warm flavors. It’s healthy, gluten-free, vegan, raw, and low-fat, and it’s mild flavor makes it kid friendly.
Fresh peaches and nectarines feature in this company-worthy tart. Peeling the fruit will take some time, but refrigerated piecrusts speed things up. Better still, you can bake this on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper so you won’t even need a tart pan. You’ll love the simplicity of how this dessert looks, but the flavor will be even more delightful. Once you’ve drizzled some hot nectarine-peach liquid over the top, this Peach-Nectarine Tart is good to go. Serve it with a huge dollop of  Sweet Cream Topping, or a great big scoop of vanilla ice cream.
You will love how these two flavors combine in this one fantastic dessert. Rhubarb adds a fresh, tart taste to this crisp, while the peaches bring in a delicious sweetness. The crisp has a simple topping sprinkled over the top, then baked to bubbly perfection. This dish is best when served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top, so grab a gallon of your favorite frozen treat and dollop one on top before digging in. To keep the calorie count low, use low-fat ice cream, vanilla yogurt, or low-fat whipped cream.

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  • Hi Claudia, yes, that is possible. It’s not supposed to be super thick. However, tomatoes thicken up a ton in the fridge as they chill. So place the salsa in your fridge and check it tomorrow or several hours later today and it should have thickened up much better.
    Peach and basil pair incredibly well, and they are refreshing summer that you can pair with many of your other summer favorites. Whisk the two together with brown sugar, balsamic vinegar, and olive oil to get this delicious topping for summer salads, grilled meats, or other summer fruits. You might also toss this vinaigrette on some fresh summer tomatoes straight from the farmers’ market, or on a succulent, green spinach salad. Since there is no cook time, you can whip up this recipe for lunch, or have it ready in a snap for an impromptu dinner party. Just think of the possibilities!
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    Oh man, I really love pico de gallo, it’s a Mexican classical in well…almost any informal meal. A little variation that I like to add to it is to put some tajin powder in it. I’m not really sure if it’s available on the US, but I think that you can get it online. And it’s literally the best condiment to pico de gallo, it has a little bit of salt, a touch of lemon and of course a not really hot touch of chili, it’s just perfect.
    As for the seasoning, it’s really up to you. I’ve seen pico de gallo recipes without any lime, but that’s honestly my favourite part of the flavour profile. You also want to add enough salt to bring out the flavours of the vegetables. My Mexican friend likes to add garlic and black pepper to his mix, which is also yummy but totally optional. As always, play around with the recipe and decide what you like the most!

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