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Photo courtesy of Mccormick

This strawberry salsa recipe is perfect for having guests over during the summer. The light flavors mixed with baked tortilla chips is an ideal warm weather combo.

Recipe courtesy of Mccormick

10 m

(prepare time)

10 m

(cook time)

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup chopped strawberries
  • 1/2 Cup chopped kiwi
  • 1/2 Cup chopped seeded cucumber
  • 1 Tablespoon honey
  • 2 Teaspoons lime juice
  • 1/2 Teaspoon McCormick® Ground Cinnamon
  • 1/4 Teaspoon McCormick® Ground Ginger

Nutritional Facts

Servings6

Calories Per Serving30

Folate equivalent (total)11µg3%


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


Strawberry Salsa

This strawberry salsa recipe has been haunting me since I spied it in Andrea Bemis’ new cookbook, Dishing Up the Dirt. She also has a blog of the same name. Fair warning: Her beautiful work may inspire you to leave your work and become a farmer.

I thought I’d have to wait a while longer to make it, but I came across the most gorgeous organic strawberries yesterday. Would you just look at those leafy tops? Strawberry salsa was meant to be.

If strawberries seem strange in salsa, consider that tomatoes are also technically fruit. Using strawberries instead is a fun way to change up salsa and Caprese salad iterations, not to mention pizza.

Unfortunately, my strawberries weren’t quite as ripe and juicy on the inside as they appeared to be on the outside. I snapped these photos regardless and let the salsa rest while I went to yoga. When I came back, I was greeted with delicious, juicy strawberry salsa—the lime, honey and salt just needed some time to work their magic.

This strawberry salsa is a beautiful party appetizer or snack, and it’s as flavorful as it is colorful. I’ll definitely be making more batches of it before (and after) ripe summer tomatoes hit the market. I enjoyed my salsa with chips, but I imagine it would be great on crostini, too—maybe with some feta mixed in, or with goat cheese or ricotta layered in between.

You might also be compelled to go at it with a fork (I guess civilized people would call this “salad”). Be sure to check out Andrea’s book for more fresh, seasonal cooking inspiration. It’s an absolute stunner!


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