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Sauté first 4 ingredients in hot oil in a large skillet over medium heat 5 minutes or until onion is tender. Stir in peaches and remaining ingredients, and cook, stirring gently, 5 minutes. Serve warm or at room temperature. Store leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator up to 2 days.
This fresh, crisp “salsa cruda” bears little resemblance to the cooked, jarred salsa you’re probably used to. Super-tasty when summer vegetables are at their freshest and best, it’s delicious served with crisp tortilla chips; or used as a dip for grilled flatbread.
Todd, I think the pickled serranos are spicy enough. I know peppers vary in heat depending upon the soil, climate, seed stock, etc. But I didn’t know serranos are particularly unpredictable. Thanks for the tip!
I know girl, me too! I looovvvee salsa and grew up here in Texas eating it in Mexican restaurants…it is very different than pico de gallo and I always ask to “hold the pico”…but bring on the salsa! Oh and I know, traditionally, salsa uses canned tomatoes or Roma tomatoes, but I just couldn’t resist using these…it was just so simple and delish!
When the oil in the pan is very hot but not yet smoking, place the fish flesh side down and cook for 3 to 4 minutes. As the fish cooks it will turn from translucent to opaque. Turn the fish over and cook for another 3 to 4 minutes. When the fish is done it should be golden and firm but still moist.
This looks so refreshing and yummmmyyyy!!! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful and blessed Memorial Day with your family!!! And a big “Thank You” to all who have served this country. May God continue to bless and protect all of you!!!
I managed to find serrano peppers in the produce section of my local Walmart, but if you can’t them you can use jalapeño peppers instead. Keep in mind though, that serrano peppers can be quite a bit hotter than jalapeño peppers. So you might want to leave the seeds and membranes in the jalapeño peppers to get more heat out of them, whereas doing so with the serrano peppers might make the pico de gallo too spicy for you. It really depends on your personal heat tolerance.
Just a quick FYI! I could not find any fresh peaches at our grocery store. (Maybe because it’s not peach season yet. ha!) So I used canned diced peaches. Don’t judge!! 😉 The salsa was still so incredible and flavorful. If you have fresh peaches by all means use them. If not, the canned works wonders! 
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If you’re not a fan of eating raw onions (I’m not), you can soak the chopped onion in a bowl with ice water in 10 minutes or so, then strain before using. This helps to reduce the “bite” of the onion. The lemon juice in the recipe will also help to balance out the sharpness of the onions.
Pour rendre le bol d’ananas , coupez environ ⅓ de l’ananas , laissant la tige attachée à la plus grande pièce de l’ananas . Faire une coupe autour du bord extérieur de l’ ananas et de faire des coupes à travers le milieu aussi. Utilisez une cuillère en métal pour desserrer et enlever les morceaux d’ananas . Verser le jus supplémentaire hors du bol d’ananas de sorte qu’il est vide .
Because this recipe includes salt as one of the ingredients (and the salt will cause the fruit to give up some of it’s liquid), we recommend that you mix everything together and add the salt just before serving.
I would have given 5 stars but I haven’t ate it yet , but if it tastes as good as it looks , I could just eat the whole jar 🙂 I like to have salsa with a huge baked potato , I also enjoy having a thick chopped steak slathered with salsa , gosh , I’m making myself hungry just thinking about it , lol 😉 , btw , sure hope your neck is better 🙂
I agree with a previous post — this was a bit bland. However, I definitely see the potential in it. Maybe some diced sun-dried tomatoes or capers would give it the extra kick it needs. I will try it again with some addition like that. Also, I let my pasta cool for quite a while before tossing with the sauce, but when I added my ricotta it melted. This was not a bad thing at all — just pointing out how my experience differed from the photo.
Adding pico de gallo to your diet supports your cardiovascular health by boosting your potassium intake. Potassium helps fight high blood pressure — a risk factor for heart disease — and also reduces your sensitivity to the damaging effects of sodium. It also contributes to other aspects of your health, supporting healthy muscle function and helping with carbohydrate metabolism. Each serving of pico de gallo contains 478 milligrams of potassium, or 10 percent of the recommended daily intake set by the Institute of Medicine.
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I have no experience with time shares and after hearing this I think I will avoid it 🙂 . Looking forward to the recipe your Mexican friend gave you! In the mean time, I am loving this fresh and bright pico de gallo salsa. Looks and sounds so good!
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