27 April 2015

Best Fruit Salsa Ever

I have a recipe to share, it is the best fruit salsa ever, no kidding.

Texas gals know their salsa, and I have been here long enough (30 years) to claim residency.

So come on over to my backyard and let me cook some shrimp on the barbie and serve you, my

friend, the best fruit salsa ever.

Growing up in Idaho, garlic powder and black pepper were the most zesty things that I ever tasted.

But once we crossed the Red River and settled in the southwest, cooking took on an entire

different flair, and I love it.

It is going to have some zing and zest to it, because that's how we do salsa in this home.

Serrano's oh yes, garlic, onions, lime juice...oh yum...

It is fresh, healthy and pretty.

Easy to make, just allow yourself a little prep time.

The table is set, the grill is hot, it is nearly supper time!


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  1. Oh yum, this looks and sounds absolutely delicious! I am Pinning so I can remember to make it soon!

  2. Hello Jemma, your salsa looks delicious.. Thanks for sharing the recipe.. Enjoy your day!

  3. This salsa looks yummy, Jemma. I am a salsa lover, but I've never heard of fruit salsa before. You have it displayed so nicely on the white plate. And avacados are a favorite of mine. I really think these pictures could be on Pinterest, they're so lovely.

    Have a good week, dear Jemma.


  4. When should I arrive for supper? You know I will get lost at least five times.

  5. This sounds delicious, Jemma! We do love our spice! ;) blessings ~ tanna

  6. It sounds delicious and looks pretty! I love all the ingredients in it!

  7. Hi Jemma,
    What a treat to find your blog this evening.

    I live in South Texas so we are almost neighbors!

    I can't wait to try this recipe, and I live in the land of salsas- near the border of Mexico.

    I wanted to ask you how you did your recipe box. I have wanted one forever but no one has been able to figure it out.

    Drop bywhen youhave time,

    White Spray Paint

  8. It looks so pretty and it sounds so delicious! I will have to try it! I love salsa, especially with fruit as ingredients! We love southwestern foods in this household! YUM! THANKS FOR POSTING!

  9. I don't think there's one ingredient in this salsa I don't love, and I never thought to serve it with avocado and use the pit as a vessel. Love it and I'm pinning!

  10. This looks so yummy! And yes I would love to come for supper! LOL! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  11. Jemma, oh my goodness, looks scrumptious, I want a taste now! I'll be out getting all the ingredients asap! Thanks for sharing!

  12. This sounds wonderful! And I could make a big batch and put it in a large Florida avocado! lol More to enjoy! Thanks for the recipe! Hugs, Diane

  13. I was wondering where the 'heat' was and then I saw the pepper! Boy does that look beautiful and fresh and healthy. Are you a Texas native?

  14. Jemma, looks excellent. Thank you for sharing your recipe, and the presentation is so pretty. xoxo Su


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