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Summer Snack Idea: Mango Salsa

Hi Everyone!! This week we will be sharing a recipe for Mango Salsa to correlate with our recent Instagram post! In this post, we will also provide you with more information on this iconic tropical fruit!

This easy and tasty recipe is incredible and we can’t wait to share it with you!

All you need is:

3 mangos

1 medium red pepper

2 large tomatoes

½ chopped red onion

¼ cup fresh cilantro

1 lime

¼ teaspoon of salt


First, dice the mango, chop the red pepper, onions, and cilantro and place all ingredients into a mixing bowl.

Drizzle lime juice over everything to add a zesty flavor

Mix everything together and add ¼ teaspoon of salt

Let it rest for ten minutes at room temperature and enjoy!

Looking for another recipe using mangos?!

Check out this recipe for Red Pepper, Fontina, & Mango Quesadilla! This recipe serves four people.

You will need:

Cooking spray

6 corn tortillas

¾ cup mango

¾ roasted bell peppers

1 cup fontina cheese


Lay 6 tortillas onto a flat surface, top each with ⅓ cup cheese, ¼ cup roasted bell pepper, and ¼ cup mango. Top with the remaining tortillas.

Grab a large skillet and coat it with cooking spray. Set it over medium heat.

Cook quesadilla for about two minutes, until golden brown.

Flip the quesadilla and cook until cheese melts (1 more minute)

It’s that easy!

Want to learn more about mangos?! Look below for some cool fun facts!

Did you know:

Tropical mangos are related to cashews and pistachios

Mangos can be dated back to as far as 4,000 years ago

As mangos ripen their vitamin A content increases

Happy SNACCing,

Esther and Rina

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