You’re going to love the taste of this Strawberry Salsa Recipe. This fruit salsa recipe made with fresh fruit is seriously out of this world delicious. It’s one of my favorite berry salsas for the summer months because I love that sweet, sweet taste. Make certain to check out our other salsa recipes and popular dip recipes, too.
If you’re in the market for a simple fruit salad salsa, this is the one for you. Eat it by the spoonful or pair it up with some sugar and cinnamon topped tortilla chips. It’s such a tasty recipe.
The bright colors of this fruit salad recipe make it so sweet looking as well as sweet tasting. It’s perfect to eat as is or pair up with whatever you want to dip into it.
Strawberry Salsa Recipe
The best part about this simple salsa recipe is that you just need 10 minutes of time to make it. Chop up the veggies and fruit and mix them together in a bowl. You can squeeze on a bit of lime juice and lemon juice and you’re well on your way to enjoying.
My boys LOVE this salsa recipe because it’s fast and I can make it up quickly for them. It’s actually one of the biggest reasons that we crave fresh strawberries in our neck of the woods.
What do you dip into fruit salsa?
Your best bet is going to be homemade cinnamon chips or cinnamon tortilla chips. You can buy them at the store or you can easily make your own.
To make your own, all you need is some flour tortillas, melted butter, and a hot oven or skillet. Spray the pan with cooking spray and heat up the tortillas. Once they’re cooked up golden brown, cut the tortilla with a pizza cutter and enjoy! (don’t forget to top with cinnamon and sugar as well!)
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Strawberry salsa is a delicious and versatile condiment. Use it on tacos, nachos, or just eat it with a spoon! But don’t forget – it won’t last forever, so enjoy it while it’s fresh.
Make it a Meal:
Thinking about meal planning but worried that it’s hard. I can assure you it’s not! I’ve been meal planning for years and it’s a fast and simple way to get the meals on the table. You’re going to love the ease of planning out all the meals.
Main Dish: Yummy Instant Pot Chicken Tortilla Soup
Vegetable Side: Bacon and Broccoli Salad Recipe
Starch Side: Oven Sweet Potato Steak Fries Recipe
Refreshing Drink: Homemade Iced Tea Recipes
Don’t forget Dessert: Blackberry Peach Upside Down Cake Recipe
Best Salsa Recipes:
Once you make this Easy Strawberry Salsa Recipe, you’re going to crave even more sweet and refreshing recipes. I’m right there with you so I’ve gathered up some of my favorite recipes that I know you’re going to love as well! All of these salsas are so good to eat!
I love the flavor of this Fruity and Totally Easy Pineapple Salsa Recipe.
Try and stop eating this Light and Refreshing Avocado Salsa Recipe.
One bite of this Peach Salsa and you’re gonna be hooked!
If you love blueberries, you’re going to love this Homemade Blueberry Salsa.
Check out this Avocado Verde Salsa and Bean Burrito dish!
You’re going to really crave this Sweet and Spicy Blueberry Salsa Recipe.
My boys love the taste of this Sweet and Simple Watermelon Salsa Recipe.
How do you store leftover salsa?
All you have to do is store this salsa in the fridge. Put it in a container with a lid to keep it fresh!
How long will the strawberry salsa last in the fridge?
According to the USDA, homemade strawberry salsa will last 3-4 days in the fridge.
The acidity of the strawberries helps prevent the growth of bacteria, but it is still important to keep an eye on the salsa and ensure it doesn’t start to spoil.
Is it possible to freeze strawberry salsa?
To extend the shelf life of strawberry salsa, you can freeze it.
Frozen salsa will last 6-8 months in the freezer.
When you’re ready to eat it, just defrost it in the fridge overnight
More Strawberry Recipes:
- Cool and Refreshing Strawberry Mango Fruit Pops
- Amazingly Simple Copycat Sonic Strawberry Limeade
- Strawberry Valentine Cupcakes Recipe
- 3 cups of chopped strawberries
- 1 diced red onion
- 1 jalapeño seeded and diced
- lime juice/lemon juice
- 4 tablespoons of chopped cilantro
- Pinch of sea salt
Mix together all the ingredients in a bowl.
Let it set to marinate the flavors.
What are you going to dip into this simple Strawberry Salsa recipe?