MANGO & PEACH SALSA
2 Large Tomatoes (20 oz) 1 Large Mango 1 Peach 1 Jalapeno 1 Garlic Clove 6 oz (170g) Cilantro 1 Onion 1 Lime Salt, Ground Chili Pepper (as preferred) 2 Tbsp Vinegar PREPARATIONS: 1- Dice the onion, tomatoes, mango, peach and jalapeno. 2- Mince the cilantro. DIRECTIONS: 1- Place dice tomatoes into a large bowl. 2- Add diced mango, jalapeno, cilantro, onion, and peach to the bowl. 3- Mash a fresh garlic clove into the bowl. 4- Squeeze a fresh lime on top. 5- Add salt and ground chili pepper as preferred. 6- Pour vinegar into the mixture. 7- Mix well.
MANGO & PEACH SALSA CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
We often serve salsa on the side of our meal or drink and most of us don't even know that salsa can be more nutritious than the actual meal itself. So to put the benefits of salsa into perspective, we should rephrase the above paragraph to: We often serve meal or drink on the the side of our salsa. A freshly made (homemade) Mango and Peach Salsa is highly nutritious. In face it is considered an A grade meal, meaning that a bowl of salsa contains most of vitamins and minerals you need for a day. Mango and peach salsa contains high amounts of vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. It's also very high in minerals such as iron, manganese and potassium. And of course mango and peach salsa contains very high amounts of dietary fiber. One thing that may have discredited salsa's nutrition values is the choice of chips or tortillas we serve with salsa. Just like almost everything else, a freshly made tortilla can also be beneficial and nutritious. Mango and Peach Salsa is very low in calories and saturated fat. It has no cholesterol either. 3.5 oz (100g) of salsa has 31 calories and 2 calories from fat.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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