• Jessica

Fresh Peach Salsa

Updated: Jul 4, 2018

Looking for some excitement in your life? This fresh peach salsa will add some extra love to your BBQ meats or fish. Even if you dry them out when you cook them, this saucy salsa will cover up your mistakes and make it tastes great.


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Serves 6:

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PEACH SALSA

- 4 peaches halved and grilled- see below for grilling instructions

- 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice

- 1 tbsp honey

- 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil

- 1/4 cup diced green onion



INSTRUCTIONS


Once your peaches are grilled (or uncooked if you choose) just dice them up into bite sized pieces and mix in all of the ingredients, tossing together gently. This salsa will stay store in the fridge for 3 days.


TO GRILL YOUR PEACHES


This is best done on an outdoor grill, but if your peachy keen ;) you could also do it stove top. First heat your grill on medium heat.

  • To prepare the peaches, cut them in half and remove the stone (using "freestone" peaches will be much easier than "cling stone" variety.

  • Toss the peach halves in a drizzle of olive oil, add salt and pepper.

  • Place them cut side down on the grill, and cook for 2 mins with the lid open

  • With tongs, gently flip them over and cook for another 2 minutes

  • Remove them from the grill and allow them to cool before dicing them

Enjoy this grilled peach salsa on top of chicken, salmon, pork or tofu. It is also good just tossed into salad, or on top of rice or cooked grains like quinoa. Even try it as a dip with chips/crackers!


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