A couple days ago, one of my really good friends Allie came up for a visit from San Francisco. She’s gearing up for a semester in Thailand in August and this just might be one of the last times I see her before she leaves. We planned on hitting downtown Roseville for a few hours but when it came down to it, we really just went to Target and Sprouts to get stuff for dinner. I’m pretty sure I ruined Sprouts forever for Allie, but it was worth the trip.
We had Mahi Mahi tacos for dinner and they were delicious! Typically I’m not a huge fish fan, I usually just like salmon or if I do have tuna, I like it fried in tempura batter and rolled up all pretty for me in a delicious sushi roll. But they were really good! We had toppings like chopped up tomatoes, pineapple, jalapeno and bell pepper, sliced avocado, shredded cabbage and lemon. It was set up like a taco bar and we served ourselves.
After dinner was over, there were still a lot of toppings leftover so I decided to make a pineapple salsa out of it. And it turned out so surprisingly delicious and refreshing, I decided to share the recipe with you guys! I don’t have all the ingredients measured out as they were just what was left over, but the cool thing about salsa is that it’s pretty forgiving, so you don’t need exact measurements and you can add or extract what you want.
- Chopped pineapple
- Chopped tomatoes
- Chopped bell pepper
- Chopped cilantro
- Chopped jalapeno
- Sliced avocado
- Squirt of lime for preservation
I just threw all the ingredients into the blender and hoped for the best! Mine turned out a little thick and chunky, which is perfect because that’s how I like my salsa. You can blend it more or less, depending on how you like your salsa. It’s a crisp and refreshing, and there’s some spice from the jalapeno and some sweet from the pineapple. Perfect for the summer!
I enjoyed it so much, I put it on my black bean tacos and used it as a dip for my chips the next day. Yeah, tacos are big around here.
Still trying to grasp food photography, obviously. This was just a quickie I snapped while trying to fend the dog and baby off my food.
Stay thrifty, my friends.