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You want to choose really ripe red plum tomatoes. The riper the better. The flavor is built around the tomatoes and enhanced by the other ingredients. Unripe tomatoes will make your pico taste like cardboard. Only use slicing tomatoes, like beefsteak tomatoes, if plum tomatoes are not available.
So lovely! Now, the salsa is actually better if you refrigerate it for a bit, so give your kids the bag of tortilla chips and tell them to keep them from you for at least two hours, no matter how hard you beg.
OMG that looks so good. I also love the fact that it’s so simple and easy to make. You can whip that up at moments notice when you have to. I bet it tastes even better than it looks. I think it has just the right amount of kick.
Can mango be blended w/another fruit, and/or maybe sour cream to make dip or salad dressing? Yrs ago I made mango & cherries chutney, but never tried blending, am not sure how well mangoes keep consistency. 
I was looking for a recipe to mimic our favorite fresh salsa from a local Mediterranean/Mexican restaurant. This is a wow! I didn’t have green pepper on hand so substituted about 2/3 cup of diced cucumber instead, and left some of its skin on for color. My husband and I enjoyed its freshness and it’s healthful too! Next time, I will drain the diced tomatoes to cut down on the wateriness and probably increase the garlic, since we love garlic. A great way to use summer garden veggies and cilantro.
This recipe is all about how the ingredients come together, and here the stars are the hot jalapeño pepper jelly and the peeled and diced ripe peach. Put these two together, and you have the perfect combination of spicy and sweet. Indulgent, fresh, and easy as pie, this summer version of baked Brie won raves in the Southern Living Test Kitchen. Can’t find Brie packed in a wooden box? Simply bake the cheese in a small pie plate or baking dish. If you make this in the box, transfer it to a platter before serving. Choose your favorite crackers, and this decadent delight will warm your guests’ palates with the sweet heat and taste of jalapeños and peaches.
Our garden always gives us way more cucumbers and tomatoes than we know what to do with. But we’ve learned how to handle the unexpected with a surprise of our own. This is our pretty, fresh way to use up the bounty. —Anna Davis, Springfield, Missouri
This basic salsa recipe can be adjusted to taste. Start with about 2 1/2 cups diced vegetables. Tomatoes, red and green peppers, and red or sweet onion — the vegetables used here — are traditional. But feel free to substitute drained black beans; fresh corn kernels (or thawed frozen kernels); celery; cucumbers, or the crunchy vegetable of your choice. Add a tablespoon of lemon or lime juice, if desired; or a touch of hot sauce.
Very nice topper for a chicken and white bean chili that I made this evening. I made it as directed, but omitted the water based on previous reviewers remarks (though one person did say that the water would help the tomatillos gel, so I was tempted to add it). I’ll bet that roasting the tomatillos makes it even better.
That looks like a delicious, flavorful salsa. I’m glad it uses canned peaches, too. Handy all year ’round! Perfect with grilled chicken. Sorry about your food processor…I use mine nearly everyday, so when it bit the dust, it was hard being without the convenience of that amazing machine. Luckily, it was close to Christmas, so I found a new one under the tree!
We throw our annual ‘Cinco de Wiley’ party every year and pico de gallo is an absolute MUST for us!  In preparation for this year’s party, I did a little research about the differences between pico de gallo and salsa. I thought the terms were interchangeable, but apparently they are not. From what I understand, “pico de gallo” is fresh & uncooked and “salsa” is cooked. Who knew?! You can still use the term salsa for the uncooked variety, but to be more accurate, it should be referred to as “salsa fresca” (meaning: fresh salsa).
Good, simple recipe that works well. Watch out for the salt content: add just a little then more if you need it. The recipe leaves you with a lot of liquid – it might be a good idea to pour off some before serving.
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Hey guys, I just posted the recipe above and I want to correct an error – Duh! I said yellow or RED onion. I MEANT yellow or white onion. I guess I was thinking no red onion and the thought went to my fingers.
An option for us who can’t stand hot food (I’m Mexican and can’t each chile, go figure), it can also be made without the chile. Here in Mexico we usually make the one with yellow onions and lime and without the garlic. Try it on “molletes” that can be done on baguettes cut in half with black beans and manchego cheese on top. 😀 Personal favorite.
It sounds better than it tastes. The salsa is absolutely fabulous! I’ll definitely make that again, but the chicken wasn’t. It seemed the chicken didn’t have enough flavor on it’s own. Maybe if I change the marinade… Five stars on the salsa though!
Big YES to this! Thanks for posting a simple recipe that will prevent me from continually buying the overpriced fresh version that Whole Foods puts out. This looks amazing! I’m going to try out with some jimaca chips (have you tried this before? it’s the best!).www.leanerbythelake.com
My basic “pico de gallo” is: diced tomato (2 small ones) -not drained-diced white onion (1/2 medium one), diced chiles either jalape�o, serrano or arbol at taste(hot, Hot, HOT), pour white vinegar (1/4 cup), olive oil (just a little) and some salt.
“Pico de Gallo translates to “rooster’s beak” in English (when you dip tortilla chips into it, your thumb and forefinger loosely resemble a pecking chicken). Didn’t you always wonder where the name came from?”
I don’t know if it’s the lime, or the vibrant colors or what, but pico de gallo always seems so refreshing to me. On a hot summer day it’s almost sure to get me to perk up. One nice thing about it is that it’s also fairly cheap to make. You don’t have to have a blender or any expensive ingredients to make it so it’s a good “go-to” recipe for spicing things up. Sometimes I’ll just cram it into a meal like topping a sandwich or a burger with it, just so I can have an excuse to eat some pico de gallo. It’s also a fantastic way to spice up a salad without putting any unhealthy fatty salad dressings on it. If you’re somebody that thinks baby spinach and kale sounds bland and unappealing, try it with some pico de gallo on it! You’ll never look at a salad (or salad dressing) the same way.
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The salsa is beautiful. I saw your comment about “healthy corn tortilla chips”. I use regular tortillas to make my chips. What is the health benefit from the brand you are using? Also, are ‘regular’ tortillas not good for you? Thanks.
This peach salsa is sure to be a crowd pleaser at any summer party- it’s gluten-free and vegan, and it’s mild flavor makes it kid friendly. It’s healthy, packed with nutrients from the raw fruits and veggies, and it’s low-fat. Plus, it’s so colorful and pretty!
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With just a hint of sugar, these dense shortcakes allow the natural sweetness of peaches and blueberries to shine. There is also just a little hint of nutmeg, which gives them just a touch of holiday spice any time of year. Make a show-stopping presentation for this individual dessert by topping these Southern Peach-and-Blueberry Shortcakes with whipped cream, chopped toasted pecans, and fresh mint sprigs. Everyone will love the sweet taste of the sugar-coated berries, the fluffy cream, and—if you include it—the flavor and aroma of the almond liqueur. These shortcakes won’t leave you short in the flavor department.
Fresh Pico de Gallo is amazing served with chips, and makes an excellent addition to almost any summer meal (we’re looking at you, grilled chicken). This incredibly easy homemade salsa is packed with fresh tomatoes, onions, cilantro and more, and is ready to eat in just 5 minutes. You might even want to make a double batch, because this fresh tomato salsa has a habit of vanishing fast! …MORE+ LESS-
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Put the tomatillos in a blender first, then add the remaining ingredients. Pulse a few times, then blend until the salsa is very smooth, at least 1 minute. Season to taste with additional chile and salt, and blend again.

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    Now about this salsa… this looks AMAZEBALLS!!! I will be all over this in about 24 hours!!! I do wonder how big of a can of peaches did you use? Fresh peaches is just not an option in Ohio right now, in fact there is so much rain I might have to build a boat to get to the store so I can get my fixin’s for this salsa. Thanks Holly!!!

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