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A small container of colorful heirloom tomatoes, about 25 of them, cut into smaller bite size pieces
half of an onion, cut into smaller pieces
half a jalepeno pepper, cut into very little pieces
juice from half a lime
1 whole mango, sliced into bite sized pieces
1/4 tspn agave
a pinch of sea salt
After cutting all ingredients into bite size pieces, combine in a bowl, and toss together.
If you like chunky salsa, leave as is and refrigerate for about an hour to let the flavors combine.
If you like a smoother salsa, put everything into a blender or food processor and pulse a couple of times. It should leave it a little chunky but still smooth. Refirgerate.
I ate mine with some sliced orange bell pepper and it was so delicious!
KMcR's ThoughtsBy KMcR
Delicious Sweet Mango Salsa that will go on anything! Despite the jalepeno, this salsa is very light and sweet and has only a little spicy after taste. Because of the colors of the tomatoes, it looks bright and summer-y! Makes a great dip for veggies or bring to a party for an appetizer!
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