Mango and Avocado Salsa

Mango and Avocado Salsa

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  • 2 ripe avocados, diced
  • 2 mangos, diced
  • 1/2 red onion, finely diced
  • 1 jalepeno, seeds removed and diced
  • 1/2 Cup cilantro, chopped
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • salt and pepper, to taste


Combine all ingredients in bowl and mix well to combine. Serve with tortilla chips. Enjoy!

Mango Salsa (Salmon)

Mango Salsa is a delicious, refreshing and sweet and salty salsa perfect for more than just a chip. Grill up some Mahi or Air fry some salmon to top with sweet and juicy avocado that leaves you with a light dinner that reminds you of a beach front restaurant.

Looking for a chunky salsa with fresh ingredients? This salsa side dish with fresh chunks of mango, tangy red onions and bits of jalapeno is a fantastic choice! Although created as a fun sweet summer time salsa, this recipe is beautiful on fish and chicken and brings out the light flare and mouthwatering flavors that can complete a whole meal.

Do not underestimate how good this mango salsa is to compliment mahi and salmon!

Tequila-Spiked Mango and Avocado Salsa

Unless of course you consider that it’s Monday and we are suppose to be acting like responsible adults. But that’s no fun. No fun at all.

Instead, let’s focus our attention on the fact that Cinco de Mayo is right around the corner. So we should be consuming as much tequila as possible between now and then. Also, we have to seriously step up our avocado and tortilla chip game.

Since I’m feeling super lazy lately (lately = all the time), I decided to take care of all three of those things with one single recipe: Tequila-Spiked Mango and Avocado Salsa. I kid you not.

I really didn’t think salsa could get any better than it all ready was. But then I got the idea to soak the mangos in tequila and well, I bet you know exactly what I’m about to say next. IT GOT BETTER! Like whoa. This is salsa on steroids. Wait. No. This is salsa on tequila. But like in a good, fun way. Not in a sloppy, falling down on the floor kind of way. This is salsa after just 1 or 2 shots of tequila. Not 6. We are keeping it classy here, folks.

Obviously, I think you should make this for Cinco de Mayo. But why stop there? This Tequila-Spiked Mango and Avocado Salsa is going to be your new summer time go-to party snack. I can just feel it. Or maybe I’m just feeling some of the tequila. I don’t know. It’s hard to tell the difference at this point.

In totally unrelated news, I’m heading up to Vermont this week for Camp Gathering Vermont 2015, hosted by Sweet and Simple Magazine at one of Vermont’s premier destinations, Topnotch Resort. I’ll be hanging with some crazy talented food bloggers, writers and photographers. And of course, indulging in the local food scene and exploring all the beauty that the area has to offer. Make sure to check out the hashtag #CampGatheringVT to see what we’re up to and what we’re eating (hint: it will involve a lot of maple syrup).

How To Cut An Avocado Into Cubes For The Salsa

Slice the avocado from top to bottom. Remove seed (you can do this by carefully smacking a knife blade into the seed, then turning to twist and remove seed from avocado.

Using a paring knife, carefully cut gridlines both ways in each avocado half, being careful to not cut all the way through to the peel. Slice top to bottom, and side to side.

Once you have the gridlines cut both ways, take a large spoon, and carefully go around the edges of the avocado, and scoop out the cubes. Add them to the mango salsa in the bowl.

Give the mango avocado salsa a stir. The photo below shows what the mango avocado salsa (for the dover sole fillets) looked like once combined.

Mango and Avocado Salsa

This mango avocado salsa is paleo, Whole30, takes just 15 minutes to make and you can serve it with meat, fish, seafood, roasted veggies etc.


  • 2 Mangos, Peeled, Cored, Diced
  • 6 Medium Roma Tomatoes
  • 3 Medium Avocados, Peeled, Cored, Diced
  • 1 Medium Red Onion, Chopped
  • 3 Jalapeños, Seeded And Chopped
  • 1 clove Garlic, Finely Minced
  • 1 Lime, Zest And Juice
  • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil, Extra Virgin
  • ½ teaspoons Sea Salt (or To Taste)
  • ¼ teaspoons Freshly Ground Black Pepper, Or To Taste
  • ⅓ cups Cilantro, Chopped


In a medium-sized bowl, add mango, tomatoes, avocados, onion, jalapeños, garlic and lime zest. Drizzle lemon juice and olive oil, then season to taste. Add fresh chopped cilantro and toss well to combine.

Keep refrigerated until ready to serve. The flavors need a bit of time to meld together perfectly so it will actually taste better in 1 hour.

What foods go with Mango Avocado Salsa?

First off, you can serve this chunky dip as an appetizer or snack with tortilla chips.

Plus it's delicious as a topping for tacos.

Or to step up your brunch game, try it with Tofu Scramble Breakfast Tostadas.

And when it's grilling season, try using this mango salsa as a topping for grilled tofu and vegetables, kebabs, or even Cauliflower Curry Grill Packets.

However you serve it, Mango Avocado Salsa is sure to be a hit!


Forgot to mention that I used green Florida avocado. Juicier and brightly colored!

Superb salsa! Followed recipe first time around. YUM! Second time, removed tomato and substituted orange, red and yellow peppers and added red onion, a squeeze of orange juice and some orange zest. Love it both ways!

Simple yet delicious - make this every couple of weeks it is so popular. Sometimes add a sprinkle of fresh chopped coriander.

Simply excellent. I made everything as directed. I wish this new rating system worked better, I give this recipe 4 forks but I pressed 3 by mistake and couldn't change the rating. So the recipe is a 4 forker, Epicurious rating system gets 1 fork.

Yum! This recipe was delicious. I made this as a side to Jerk Chicken and it made the meal. I was a little worried that the leftover salsa would not keep for a few days but it was fine.

So good I just wanted to eat it with a spoon! I added cilantro, otherwise followed recipe, and served on black bean tacos with fajita veggies.

YUMMY! Great with grilled fish and Jerk Chicken. Added red onions and sprinkled cumin. Will definitely make it again & again!

Superb. Instead of the jalapeno, I used a mix of smoked Spanish paprika and chipotle powder. A great salad with grilled fish!

I used this recipe as a base for my salsa. Did not have avocado, but everything else. I used lemon and lime juice. I added chopped mint and cilantro (about tbs each). I also added some chopped red onion (after soaking in cold water for 30mins. It's a lot of chopping, but it is delicious!

Soooo yummy. I ate it as a salad!

This is the perfect recipe. Simple, delicious and elegant. I have made it numerous times and it never disappoints.

Beautiful and easy. I added cilantro because I love cilantro. Oops forgot the salt & pepper but still awesome. Made it with Chili rubbed shrimp also from epi.com. Great.

What a delicious dish! I served it with a mixed grill and have made it again without the avocado, simply because I had none, and it was still yummy! Definitely add fresh cilantro to your liking. I used tiny key limes, 2 or 3. I had no jalapeno, so added tabasco. I used Trader Joe's frozen mangos, picking the firmest pieces for mincing. Cannot wait to try it exactly as written, and then experiment, such as adding mint or a splash of balsamic vinegar. No need to seed the tomato - did the first time, but not the second with no difference.

Amazing with grilled swordfish.

An excellent salsa! I used about half the lime juice though, and add cilantro. Excellent with baked wonton chips or baked whole wheat tortilla chips.

Fresh tasting and beautiful. A perfect summer salsa. I made it exactly as the recipe states and it was great. We served it with grilled chicken breast. I think it would be good with some cilantro in it, but I knew that one of our dinner guests dislikes it, so did not add it. Maybe some other time. Will definitely make this over and over again!

The avacados complimented the mango taste very nicely. It was wonderful!

This recipe is amazing. I have used it with tilapia, grilled salmon, as a filling for veggie spring rolls, and as an appetizer with chips. Each time it has been a hit!

This salsa is a standard in my house, that is, when we can get a ripe mango and a ripe avacado at the same time! I usually have to hide some of it from my husband so there will be some left over for me. Goes perfectly with almost any spicy dish.

This was very good. I substitited red onion for the green onions (didn't have green onions on hand). I served it with tortilla chips as an appetizer--I bet it is great with grilled fish or chicken!

California Avocado White Bean Salad

This vegan avocado salad is an excellent source of dietary fiber (29% DV), folate (30% DV),&hellip

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Mango Avocado Salsa Recipe

The recipe is super simple. We just need to chop and mix them all. You can adjust the measurements according to your preference. Make sure to use firm avocados for this salsa recipe.

    • Chop the tomatoes, onions, cilantro, and bell pepper.
    • Peel the mango and avocado skin and cut them into small squares.

    That’s it. Serve it with tortillas. I served it with red bean tortillas. By the way, if you enjoy beans, I’ve got a lot of recipes with beans here.

    Easy Mango Avocado Salsa (5 Ingredients!)

    This salsa will quickly become your new go-to for adding color and so much delicious flavor to your food. Hot take: mango salsa > tomato salsa … is that a crazy thing for me to say? Try this salsa, and you might just agree with me!

    Another 5 ingredient recipe coming your way today! This one takes LESS than five minutes to make and has so, so much color and flavor. Easy mango avocado salsa, I love you. You will easily want to make this salsa every night because it’s quick, effortless and goes with almost any summer-time protein you can imagine.

    • Burgers: yes!
    • Grilled chicken: Yes!
    • Fish: yes! (pssst … stay tuned)
    • Tacos: you know it!

    Sweet mango and creamy avocado: it’s a match made in heaven. All you need is fresh mint, onions and a squeeze of lime juice to turn them into the most amazing, ridiculously easy mango avocado salsa. It’s light, healthy and full of flavor.

    If you want to finish any dish with a pop of color, this salsa is your new best friend. Also, if you want to dive face-first into the bowl, that’s fine too.

    Watch the video: Mango Avocado Salad. 10 Minute Recipe. Dish u0026 Devour (May 2022).