Want a summer salsa to impress your whole family? Try this easy and delicious allergy friendly strawberry salsa!
This week, I decided to experiment a little and put together an easy strawberry salsa your whole family will love. I’m not a huge “regular” salsa fan but a few years ago someone let me try mango salsa. It never occurred to me that I could make salsa with different fruits.
My mangoes were a little iffy, I decided to try out the strawberries instead. The best thing about this salsa is your kids will love it too. If the zing is a little much, you could always leave out the onions or substitute with something milder such as leeks (my fav).
This Strawberry Salsa is sure to be a family favorite!
- 1 pound strawberries
- 3-4 green onions
- Cilantro (to taste)
- 1 lime juice
- jalapeno (optional)
- Slice and clean the strawberries and green onions.
- In a food processor, pulse together strawberries, green onions and cilantro. Be careful not to blend.
- Once processed, squeeze the lime juice over the mixture and add in the jalapeno if you'd like.
- Serve with cinnamon chips!
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This recipe calls for cilantro which is a total preference thing in my opinion. The flavor is so strong, I didn’t use much but if you’re used to it then by all means, throw it all in!
Also, if you’re a little “extra” you can add in jalapeño. I couldn’t do it. I can’t handle it. My strawberry salsa tasted just like a dessert that could have been put in a pie BUT that’s exactly how I like it!
Serve this up with some cinnamon chips and your family will just freak out! If you can have gluten then these cinnamon chips should be your go-to, if you can’t have gluten well, it seems I need to figure out a way to make some gluten free version.
Also, you’ll want to have a decent food processor. I personally love my Kitchen Aid processor but you can use something simple as well, it just needs to be processed and not simply cut with a knife. You’ll thank me later. Enjoy!