Mango Salsa Recipe – Classic flavors and easy to make with sweet mangos, crunchy onions and bright fresh mint. These flavors combine to make bright fresh salsa! It’s simple, fresh and you’ll love this easy versatile recipe!
This blog post has been updated from October 17, 2017.
What is the best part of your weekend? I love quiet Sunday mornings, sitting on the porch and sipping coffee.
I’m an early riser and there’s something about that early morning quiet time that makes it even more special! Enjoying those quiet moments and planning my week is something I cherish. It’s the BEST time!
Last week Sunday morning was spent at my folks house doing that very thing, except at their house it was the porch swing, surrounded by family. Truly the best time spent, my family time is precious and I love every minute!
I’m not gonna lie, coming back and getting to work wasn’t the easiest, so today I thought I’d share a simple bright delicious recipe and I know you will love it! How do I know? Because my Ja Makin’ Me Crazy Jam is one of my most popular recipes, so I know you’ll love this great Mango Salsa Recipe just as much!
Making juicy mango salsa starts with ripe, juicy mangos!
How do you pick a ripe mango?
Picking a ripe mango is easy. Just like you’d pick out an avocado, lightly squeeze it. A ripe mango will give slightly, similar to how an avocado will “give” when pressing lightly.
- a ripe mango will smell sweet
- like avocados when mangos are ripe they will be slightly soft
- heavy is good; a juicy ripe mango will be heavier.
- you can’t choose a mango by their color as some are green, red or orange.
What is the easiest way to cut up a mango?
Some choose to peel a mango prior to slicing and removing the pit. I remove the peel after slicing and removing the peel. Once peeled they are slippery to work with and it’s easy to accidentally cut yourself.
- Set the mango on the cutting board, finding the tallest line of the mango.
- Slice along the tallest line, this will follow the pit
- Slice around the pit.
- Remove the skin from the flesh of the fruit and slice into smaller pieces
Ingredients for Mango Salsa Recipe
- red onion
- rice wine vinegar
- soy sauce
- sesame oil
How do you make mango salsa recipe?
- slice the mangos, remove the pit and peel – dice
- dice the onion
- clean the mint and mince.
- mince the ginger
- combine all of the ingredients and mix well
- can be served cold or at room temperature
You’re really going to love this salsa! It’s easy to enjoy as an appetizer with chips. That salty bite of a great tortilla is really the perfect companion!
Topping grilled chicken, fish or pork is another match made in heaven! Got pizza? If you have some leftover salsa, top off your Hawaiian pizza! This salsa is bright, fresh and livens up anything it’s paired with!
If you love mangos, here are more great recipes I know you’ll enjoy!
- Jerk Chicken with California Fig and Mango Salsa
- Tequila Lime Chicken with Mango Salsa
- Asian Turkey Sliders with Mango Salsa
- Shrimp with Mango Salsa and Rice
- Tuna Poke with Fresh Mango
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Mango Salsa Recipe
Mango Salsa Recipe
Mango Salsa Recipe - the rice wine vinegar, mint, soy sauce & sesame oil give the salsa a distinctive flavor. Mango Salsa is fresh & fantastic, enjoy!
- 2 cups mangos peeled and diced into bite sized
- 1/2 teaspoon ginger finely minced or substitute with 1/4 tsp powdered ginger
- 1/2 cup red onion very finely chopped
- 1/4 cup bunch mint finely chopped
- 2 teaspoons rice wine vinegar
- 1 teaspoon soy sauce
- 1 teaspoons sesame oil
- 1 teaspoon Sriracha optional
Slice the mangos, remove the pit and peel, finely dice. Dice the onion.
Clean the mint and ginger and mince.
Combine all of the ingredients and mix well.
Can be served cold or at room temperature.