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This mango jalapeno salsa is so addicting, it literally disappears in minutes. You can’t stop eating it. It is a super fresh, spicy-sweet side you can bring to any summer bbq, or pair with my light and fresh fish tacos! I am a HUGE fan of any pico de gallo/ salsa dishes that are FULL OF FLAVOR. That’s exactly what you get with this mango jalapeno salsa. It isn’t too spicy either. I tested it on my mom, who is super sensitive to spicy. There’s just a little kick that makes the spicy-sweet combination perfect.



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Let’s get to the recipe:

4-5 mangos cut into chunks
1/4 of a large red onion chopped up super small
1/4 cup of chopped cilantro
3 Roma tomatoes diced
1Β  1/2 avocados sliced and chopped
1 medium cucumber chopped and diced
1 jalapeno de-seeded and diced
Juice of one lime
1 tsp salt
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp sugar


This is super simple. I start by chopping up the mangos first. You can also buy them in spears at the grocery store, which I highly recommend to make things even easier. Place your mangos in a large bowl, then squeeze half the lime juice over the mangos and let them sit while you chop everything else up. Chop up and add the rest of the ingredients. Stir well and sprinkle with the rest of the lime juice. Add your salt, garlic powder and sugar, Stir again and let it sit. Add more seasonings as needed!


I like to serve it with either sweet potato chips or a lime chip. I also sip on a lime water, and it is so refreshing!!



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