Mango salsa is sweet yet spicy, it’s extra refreshing, and goes great on things like chips, crackers, fish tacos, salad, eggs, and more! (especially the veggie flax chips from Trader Joes in the picture.)
Once you get past cutting the mango up (which I personally found to be difficult until I looked up some how-to YouTube videos) it’s a piece of cake and SOO delicious! I highly recommend this salsa for your summertime snack, today!
- 2 Mangos
- 1 Jalapeno
- Half of a small red onion
- Juice from 1 lime
- Handful of cilantro
First you’ve gotta slice the mango. There’s a funky seed in the middle so here’s how you do it: Cut the sides off like the picture below. With the center piece, cut moon-shaped slices around the seed and then slice the meat off of the skin.
With the two side pieces, cut slices into the meat one way, then repeat the other way. Fold the skin back (like the picture below) and then you can slice off the cubes!
Chop the onion, cilantro, and jalapeno (remove the membrane and seeds first) and stir everything together in a bowl. (Putting 1 whole jalapeno gives it a little kick, but not too much. Add as much as you you like spicy).
Squeeze the lime juice in and add some fresh ground pepper to taste, and there you have it! Mango Salsa!