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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Watermelon Salsa

My dear friend Marcia posted this recipe this week
and I just had to try it. It is wonderful! A surprising
twist on the traditional...and oh so yummy!
I will be making this again and again!
It's got the jalapenos, onions and cilantro,
but not the acidity that the tomatoes bring.
Just a hint of sweetness from watermelon and a peach!
Click here for the recipe on her blog!
Thanks, Marcia!

16 comments:

  1. Oh, Betsy!! This is right on time. I posted about my tomato crop today. I am going to the blog right now. Thanks!! :-)

    xoxo
    jane

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  2. Oh gee!! When you mentioned the tomato acidity, I thought you meant they were in the salsa!! You must think I am nuts!! lol!!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  3. People are so clever, I never would have put that combination together!

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  4. Just catching up here. Posts to come.

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  5. Hi Betsy

    you can also make mango or pawpaw salsa...

    this looks very delicious...

    Happy days

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  6. Sounds like a lovely salsa, I bet the peach and watermelon add a certain kind of sweetness that contrast the spicy dish.;)
    xo

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  7. Blondie ~ ha-ha! Actually, I bet you could sub in tomatoes and green pepper for the fruit and it would be delish!

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  8. Delwyn ~ mango would be great!

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  9. mmmm...love to try different kinds of salsa. we had an amazingmango jabanero the other day. think we just may give this a try.

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  10. Oh dear, I know I can't handle this recipe right now, but it is an interesting twist on an old classic. I'm filing it away for next summer...

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  11. I am skeptical Betsy! I have to admit though that I DO like peach salsa...so why wouldn't this be great too?!?

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  12. Hey, this looks and and sounds dee-lish!! I'll have to give it a whirl!

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  13. Willow ~ you would love it...so would your salsa eating daughter! ;)

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  14. That sounds really good, unique and perhaps not so salty as traditional. People are so clever with their recipes, aren't they? And now with the internet everyone is so generous with them.

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