Blueberries and jalapeño peppers – a surprising combination that is sure to make you smile! When you combine the crunchy berry flavor with the moderate heat of jalapeños, you get a very special salsa for the sweltering summer. Spicy blueberry salsa is a great choice for cooking and outdoor family gatherings.
While this salsa is absolutely delicious, serve it with tortillas as an appetizer. But it’s also a chunky salsa perfect for barbecues and/or barbecues. Instead, you can mix it up by trading blueberries for raspberries or mangoes. Berries and other tropical fruits can also be used, but both are particularly tasty.
As mentioned, the jalapeño is medium heat if it’s too hot. You can replace the chili with something less spicy (such as poblano). You can also choose to combine bell peppers and jalapenos to limit the overall spiciness. And if you want a spicier salsa? Please upgrade to Serrano peppers, they also have the same vibrant taste as jalapenos.
Like this salsa? You’ll also love these:
- Peach Habanero Salsa: This is a hot step. But if you play the game then Peaches and Habaneros are a great couple.
- Strawberry salsa: What a refreshing taste of fruit. This salsa is one of our favorites to eat as a side dish.
- Spicy Coconut Salsa: The sweetness and tropical spice match well. Try salsa over pork or chicken to take those baked goods to the next level.
Spicy blueberry salsa
Delicious berries paired with bright jalapeno peppers.
15 minutes prep time
Total time 15 minutes
appetizers, side dishes
American, Mexican food
Serves 6 meals
Calories 34 kcal
This recipe also works with papaya, mango or raspberries.
Calories: 34kcal Carbohydrates: 8g Sodium: 1mg Potassium: 70mg Fiber: 1g Sugar: 5gVitamin A: 270 IUVitamin C: 16.3mg Calcium: 5mg Iron: 0.1mg
Categories: Food & Drinks
Source: INN NEW YORK CITY