Yield: Yields 4-1/2 cups.
With a spicy jolt from the serrano chile, this salsa is a refreshing take on the traditional accompaniment to a roasted bird, yet the flavors blend gracefully and don’t overwhelm. Leftovers are delicious with tortilla chips or spread on a turkey sandwich.
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Delicious! It's sweet, and flavorful with a variety of textures and depth! Love it! Excellent with Tostitos Scoops for just a touch of salty with all the sweetness!
Such a refreshing salsa! I brought this to bible study around Thanksgiving and it was a big hit. Colors are beautiful. I recommend using red serranos just for the warmth of different colors of red.I have tried this with a few different serving breads. Scoop tortilla chips are good, but our favorite was croissant pieces. Mmmm!
Great recipe and pretty to look at, too! Be sure to use "scoop" tortilla chips (or make your own) when you use as an appetizer - pieces fall off of regular chips. The sweet, tart and heat create a party in your mouth! AJBB
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