Friday, 1 June 2018

Pineapple Salsa~Recipe Swap


This is my third month with the group recipe swap on facebook where a bunch of like minded food bloggers get together and team up in pairs to create a recipe from each others blogs. My partner for the month of May was Amber who blogs at Leggings 'n' Lattes, what an original name for a blog. Amber is a full time blogger and a stay at home mum with a young family. Her passion s to build a community to support women and inspire each other. That's a great outlook and I admire her for that.

Coming to the recipe post, I saw a few recipes that I short listed however since UK is having a rare heat wave we try and make the most of it by eating out doors as much as we can before the rainy weather returns. During these sunny days I always try to make easy recipes that we can eat out doors and those that pair up well with barbecues.

The pineapple salsa just screamed at me from Amber's blog, especially as this weekend we were celebrating my daughters birthday with a barbecue in the garden. The salsa was a super hit and I had to quickly make a second batch as the first batch got eaten in moments. The only addition I made to the salsa was that I added some cucumber,cherry tomato halves and used spring onions instead of red onion as they have a milder taste.



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Pineapple Salsa
by June-1-2018
Refreshing and crunchy vegetables with sweet tropical pineapple, dressed with a garlic and lemony dressing with a hint of chili flakes makes this salsa simply delectable.

Ingredients:

  • 1 pineapple peeled and cored and diced into 1 cm pieces.(You can use tinned also)
  • 1 each green, red capsicum finely diced
  • 2 cloves Garlic finely chopped
  • Juice from 1small lemon
  • 1/2 tablespoon extra virgin Lemon infused Biolea olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon Salt  
  • 1/2 teaspoon chilli flakes
  • 1/2 teaspoon freshly crushed black pepper
  • Few springs coriander finely chopped
  • 3 spring onions finely chopped 
  • 10 cherry tomatoes halved
  • 1/2 cucumber finely diced
  • 150 g precooked sweet corn (optional)

Method:

1. In a jar add  olive oil, lemon juice, salt, chilli flakes,cucumber, pepper and garlic, put the lid on and shake the jar to mix the dressing, keep aside. 2. In a bowl add the pineapple, capsicums, sweetcorn, spring onions, tomatoes and coriander and toss together. Add the dressing and mix together 3.Transfer the salsa to a serving bowl and serve with crackers or tortilla crisps.

Details


Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: None Total time: 15 mins Yield: Serves 4


NB-  If you use tinned pineapple make sure you drain the liquid and pat dry the pineapple before adding to the salsa.
 



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24 comments:

  1. This is a lovely recipe for salsa! I like how simple and quick it is to make too. It looks really delicious.

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  2. I would never in a million years have thought to make a pineapple salsa. I've heard of mango salsa, but not pineapple. May try this with my daughters one day. Kind of thing they would eat a lot of!

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  3. I haven't tried Pineapple salsa -- looks delicious! Thanks for sharing :)

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  4. What a tasty looking recipe for salsa! I bet this was SO nice! It really does look delicious.

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  5. Oh that looks delicious. I never would have thought to make salsa with Pineapple but will be adding this to my BBQ recipe saves.

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  6. Oh yum! I have made mango salsa quite a bit before, but pineapple salsa sounds just as good :)

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  7. I've never been a huge fan of pineapple but I've never tried it in a salsa, it does look good x

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  8. Pineapple salsa would definitely be perfect during a barbecue party. I can already imagine how crunchy,yummy and healthy it is.

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  9. The recipe swap sounds like such a fab idea! The pineapple salsa looks absolutely delicious.

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  10. What a yummy looking recipe. I have never eaten anything like this dish before.

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  11. I've never tried pineapple salsa, this sounds absolutely delicious!

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  12. Now this sounds like an interesting recipe for salsa, I love the fact you have included pineapple in it as hands up I love pineapple.

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  13. It's my first time to read about Pineapple Salsa. I wanna try it too. Btw, do you like pineapples on your pizza? ;)

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  14. Dropping by to say thank you for sharing this recipe. We tried it last Friday and they loved it. It was perfect for our Mexican themed night.

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  15. My kids love pineapple on their pizza so they would definitely love this. It looks such a fresh taste.

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  16. This is the perfect recipe for the summer. I cannot wait to give this a try. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. That's so cool you are partnering up to do this. I would love to do something like this with someone. Trying out a different recipe and seeing how it works. The recipe does look delicious. I can see why patting dry beforehand would be a necessity.

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  18. I love pineapple salsa. It is so delicious on everything from chips to burgers. Great recipe.

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  19. For me, anything with pineapple in it is lovely! I never thought of putting pineapple in my salsa but I definitely need to try this!

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  20. You had me at pineapples. I love pineapples on everything and this spicy salsa looks tasty.

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  21. Delicious salsa with pine apple.. I love these simple and healthy snacks.

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  22. A delicious looking, refreshing salsa. I love pineapple salsa. I could finish a whole bowlful. I love to have it with some khakra...it tastes yummy.

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  23. This salsa looks delicious. Pineapple is my favourite fruit. I am sure this would go well with a lots of our dishes.

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  24. Oh wow, this is one refreshing side dish for summer. I haven't thought of pineapple to be a salsa. Usually I just do mango :D

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