Blueberry Salsa

  • JCGator2 Posted: 07/14/10
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    We all enjoyed this recipe. I would be sure to add no more salt than suggested, maybe less. Also, as a salsa on a tortilla chip it is hard to keep from spilling off the chip. Instead, consider using the scoop-style chips or, better yet, use it as a garnish on a spicy meat dish. Tonight, I am going to substitute the whole blueberries with our backyard raspberries. I highly recommend this dish, particularly during blueberry season.

  • JayGee2 Posted: 06/28/10
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    We prepared this recipe this evening and the entire family loves it. We used it with tortilla chips..and on top of grilled chicken...and my husband even put some over cream cheese..on a cracker. Awesome.We will make this again as we grow our own blueberries. We did make one bowl without the cilantro to suit a family member who finds it distasteful, and it was great with the cilantro, too.

  • JenOD2 Posted: 07/05/11
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    Beyond fantastic. This recipe is to die for ...

  • Keiko123 Posted: 08/24/12
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    This came out excellent. Tart, spicy, and slightly sweet all in one, and not for the faint hearted so should adjust the peppers accordigly. Also, I balked at the idea of chopping 2 cups of blueberries so I mashed a cup of the blueberries instead. Was one green jalapeno short so substituted an orange one and that actually made it more colorful. Fresh ingredients are a MUST. I served this with cinammon tortilla chips which I made by cutting tortillas with a pizza cutter then sprayed with cooking spray. Sprinkled cinnamon/sugar on top and baked at 350 for about 5 minutes. I think this recipe has a lot of versatality and could use as a salsa with meat, in a tortilla roll up with cream cheese. Will make again!

  • jonnyb Posted: 07/27/14
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    I made this recipe exactly as written and served it with cream cheese and tortilla scoops. I certainly had high hopes for the dish based on the first four reviews. Unfortunately, it didn't appeal to me or any of the folks I served it to. Lemon and salt were the predominant flavors. I think we all felt that it left a lot to be desired. I'm going to take the leftovers (and there are plenty) and try to make them into a chutney or something similar.


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