There are a lot of Strawberry Recipes that you can make use of when creating tasty delights with the fruit from your strawberry plants. If you want one that will taste so good that your tongue will beat the top of your mouth half to death with happiness, this strawberry salsa recipe is for you. Unbeknownst to most, strawberry salsa can be prepared a multitude of ways, and the suitable uses for the dish are limited only by the imagination of the individual preparing it.
Whether you use this strawberry salsa recipe as a summertime marinade for the meats you are grilling or as a chip dip, it will enhance both the completeness of a meal and the experience of a season. Be creative, and you'll be rewarded with a taste to excite even the most lethargic taste buds!
Beware! Trying this strawberry salsa recipe may make you rush out, buy your own strawberry plants, and begin growing strawberries to feed your newly developed need for fantastic strawberry flavors.
Strawberry Salsa Recipe: Ingredients
1 cup of strawberries (conversions here)
1 cup of pineapple
1/2 cup of mango
2 tablespoons of lemon juice
1 tablespoon of ginger
2 teaspoons of sugar
Strawberry Salsa Directions
Hull and dice the strawberries. Peel and dice the mango. Remove the skin and fibrous core of the pineapple and dice it. Put all the ingredients into a blender and then blend until smooth.
Strawberry Salsa Recipe: Notes
Strawberry salsa is easy to prepare, serve, and use. Plus, it can be easily modified. If the resultant consistency is too thick for your liking, simply add a small amount of water until it is just right. For those conscious about the amount of refined table sugar they consume, feel free to try organic evaporated cane juice crystals, turbinado, sucanat, honey crystals, brown sugar, or even stevia to give unique and varied accents to this quick strawberry recipe.
Also, if chunky fruit salsa is your preference, you can forgo the blending altogether or blend for just a few seconds. Try spicing it up a bit with a few mint leaves or fresh cilantro, too!
Once the salsa is prepared, refrigerate it and use it within two days. Although the shelf life for strawberry salsa is relatively short, you likely won't need to worry about it spoiling. It will most certainly be devoured quite rapidly by any group! Try it as a dip or as a marinade, or think up a new use for it. Be sure to post a comment about your experience below, and others will benefit from your ingenuity!