This recipe has been an old website favorite, I first posted July 13, 2012. I decided to update the photos.
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This fresh Mango and Avocado Salsa is ideal for the hot summer months. I love both mangoes and avocados, what better way to enjoy them both than in this refreshing salsa, a truly memorable taste of the tropics.
Growing up in Jamaica, we had a lot of mangoes and avocados but we never had them together in the same dish.
I was amazed at how delicious they tasted together in this salsa! The juicy and sweet taste of the mangoes and grape tomatoes with the creamy flesh of the avocados is a perfect combo.
I have been making this mango avocado salsa recipe since then. Another tasty salsa for you to try is my Mango Tomato Salsa.
The varieties of mangoes are countless back home in Jamaica but fortunately, I have been very fortunate to eat a wider variety of mangoes this past summer here in Florida than I had ever had in Virginia. You would be amazed by the different taste, sizes and texture there are
How To Make Mango Avocado Salsa
For this recipe choose a mango that is firm rather than the ones that are very soft and squishy. This dish literally takes 5 minutes to prepare, so it is one of those dishes that you can prepare just before you are about to serve the rest of your menu.
Peel and chop mangoes, peel and chopped avocado, onion, cilantro. Add lime juice, salt, and stir.
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- 154 kcal / 644 kJ
- 10 g
- 1 g
- 16 g
- 5 min
- Ready in:
- 5 min
In a large bowl, combine mango, avocado, onion, lime juice and cilantro in a medium bowl. Add salt to taste, toss and serve!
Serve immediately or store in a container with a tight lid. Make sure there is very little air space to prevent oxidation (tavocado turning brown).