Monday, 2 October 2017

Mixed Fruit Salsa

Fruit salsa is  a delicious and healthy snack the whole family will enjoy It has wonderful taste and texture and it’s super easy to make The easiest and healthiest way to add flavor to any food is to have some salsa with it. This fruit salsa is great on its own or as a dip with tortilla chips, Monaco biscuits or Nachos. 

The mild tasting onions, minimal heat from the jalapeno went hand in hand with the sweet mangoes so well. I made a small batch of the salsa at first and having loved it so much, made a huge batch. It went well with all of them, in fact it was perfect accompaniment to Spicy flavored Nachos which was little hot for us and this salsa managed to counter balance its effects superbly.  

Fruit salsa is really simple to make! You pick out the fruit, chop and peel it as needed then mix it together with lemon juice and honey/sugar in a large bowl. Serve within two hours for the best result. Kiwi is also a colorful addition to the dish. Peel the outsides with a knife and chop finely for a gorgeous green hue in your sweet fruit salsa. Mango is a hidden gem here! I absolutely love mango. It’s my favorite fruit next to watermelon and it adds a delicious tropical flavor to this fruit salsa.

I had a great time with Eastern Condiments on the particular event day.My friends and family were enjoying the event conducted by the Eastern condiments.My friend Aveta took great effort to organize the event in a wonderful way.Thank you dear for all the support you have given to me during the event.

Prep time
Cooking time
      15 mins
 20 mins
3 -4  persons

Recipe type: Snack recipes
Cuisine:  Continental

  • Big Fresh mango  - 2 no’s
  • Pineapple   -1 big
  • Banana  -4 no’s
  • Kiwi -5 no’s
  • Papaya -2 no’s
  • Tomato  7 no’s
  • Onions -2 no’s
  • Pudina leaves -1 cup
  • Jalapeno -3 tbsp.
  • Eastern Chaat Masala -2 tbsp.
  • Chopped fresh Basil   -2 tbsp.
  • Monaco biscuits  -4  big packets
  • Nachos –al flavored packets
  • Lemon Juice -2 tbsp.
  • Brown sugar -1/4 cup
  • Salt   -2tsp
  • Extra virgin Olive oil -1 tbsp.

1.To make the fruit salsa, peel and chop all of the fruit in small pieces. 
 2. In a large bowl combine mango,pineapple,papaya,kiwi and banana.Stir everything for even blending.

3. Now add tomato and pudina to the bowl for extra flavour.Give a quick toss and leave aside.In a small bowl combine the lime, salt, extra virgin olive oil and jalapeno, Stir in a large bowl and  and mix to combine.
4. Now add Eastern Chaat masala powder and basil leaves.Arrange all the biscuits and Nachos properly for the preparations.
5. Brush Nachos with Olive oil. Cover and chill for 2-3 hours. You'll add the basil right before serving.
 6. Taste and season with additional salt, if desired.
Feel free to adjust ingredients to your own liking.If you prefer a spicier salsa, use more jalapeno or don't discard all of the seeds serve with fruit salsa. 
Set in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. This helps the flavor to mingle well.

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