Peaches are in season and I’m fortunate to have an orchard a mile down the street from my house. A few days ago I picked up a big bag of donut peach “seconds” for a great price. I’m free to get creative trying to use up the peaches before they go bad so I’ve begun my peach craze!
I love salsa, ok, I love dip, any kind of dip and salsa qualifies in my book! I had garden fresh tomatoes, cilantro and onions so I set off to work.
For the Peach Salsa you’ll need
Peaches – I didn’t count but probably used about 10 donut peaches – they’re small
Tomatoes – same deal – try about 5 large tomatoes
1/2 sweet onion – I used Vidalia, chopped
a handful of cilantro, chopped
1/2 – 1 lime or good quality lime juice
1 Tbls. apple cider vinegar (ACV)
Salt to taste
Dice tomatoes small, dice peaches small, toss all ingredients together, cover and refrigerate to let flavors blend.
Use as you would any salsa.
I scooped a few spoonfuls onto foil and roasted it on the grill to serve over steak tips and it was delicious – it would be great over grilled chicken too!
I have never canned before, but I think I will give it a try with peach salsa this year; I’ll let you know how it goes!