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I love fruit salsas, as well as savory salsas...
For serving with this salsa, I cut flour tortillas in wedges, spray with cooking spray & sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar mixture and bake til crispy.
Hope you will give this a try! It's awesome!
cleaned & chopped
white balsamic vinegar
(or reg. balsamic if white is not available)
freshly grated ginger root
clove garlic, finely minced
chili oil or
mild chili, seeded & minced
1 Tbsp. scoop(s)
sunflower oil or
mild oil of your choice
sea salt to taste *
1Add all ingredients to a medium bowl.
***When you add salt to salsa, keep in mind what you will serve it with. Some dishes are already rather salty and will perform better with an almost salt-free salsa.***
2Mix ingredients gently, you don't want to crush the strawberries. Make sure all is well combined.
3Cover bowl with a light towel or plastic wrap and let salsa sit for 30-45 min. for flavors to marry.
4Serve at room temperature with dippers of choice.
5NOTE: If you have juices left in the bowl after the salsa is gone, save the juice for making a fruity vinaigrette. This juice is loaded with flavor.