Strawberry Salsa

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Juicy & sweet, ruby red strawberries are North America's # 1 selling and consumed berry. Most of us love strawberries, but do you know why you should be having more of them? They contain large amounts of immune-boosting vitamin C! Also, strawberries can help produce collagen in the body resulting in healthy, glowing, and wrinkle-free skin. Strawberries also support the heart by lowering bad cholesterol. And since they're low in calories yet high in fiber, strawberries are a great sweet treat to snack on while decreasing your hunger and increasing your health. 

But after making/having every strawberry dessert life offers, it's nice to switch it up and whip together this tasty recipe for homemade Strawberry Salsa. And it's so easy to make. All you need are fresh strawberries, mango, red onion, lime juice, cucumbers, jalapeños, cilantro & sea salt. The combination of fruity, sweet, sour, salty & spicy will keep you returning for more. Mix it up in a bowl and serve it with tortilla chips on top of a fresh piece of fish or fish tacos, seared shrimp, or scallops, or add a few spoonfuls of strawberry salsa to take your salad to a new level.  

What can you dip in strawberry salsa?

You can use tortilla/pita chips, crackers, or anything else crunchy you have in your kitchen pantry to dip into your salsa. 

How do you make easy salsa?

Making salsa only requires fruit or vegetables to be diced & mixed with a squeeze of lime juice and sea salt. Then, after 10 minutes of prep, you'll be dipping away into your easy salsa. 

How long does salsa last in fridge?

Fresh salsa will last up to 3 days in the fridge. If you have cooked salsa with citrus added, this will last up to 5 days in a covered container. 

How can you tell if salsa has gone bad?

There are a few ways to tell if your salsa has gone wrong; the first way is by color. If it looks dull and brown or white & not vibrant with color, it most likely has gone wrong and should be discarded. If you take a bite and your tongue starts to get a tingly feeling, it has begun to ferment and gone wrong. 
Author: Jennifer Dodd
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
10 mins
2 cups



Place all the ingredients into a bowl mixing everything together using a large spoon
Add the salsa into a serving bowl or airtight container and place in the fridge for later use.  

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