Strawberry Pineapple Salsa will have everyone raving at your next party! People love the fresh, fruity zing from this tasty fruit salsa!

A tortilla chip dips into a bowl of Strawberry Pineapple Salsa

Summer time is here! Time to break out the salsas, and what better way to do that than with fruit salsa. It combines the goodness of salsa, with the fresh taste of fruit. Doesn’t that just scream summer? I love strawberry salsa, I love pineapple salsa, so why not combine the two? It’s super delicious with a delightfully fresh zing.

How do you choose a pineapple at the grocery store?

First, choose a pineapple that is on the larger size. This will yield more fruit and less waste. Second, gently tug on the top leaves of the pineapple. If they pull out easily, then your pineapple is ripe. Pineapple should not be wrinkled, bruised, or soft at all. These are signs of an overripe or damaged pineapple.

Spice Level:

We love the hint of heat the jalapeño brings to this salsa. You can always omit the jalapeño if you are sensitive to spice, or even add more jalapeño if you want it extra spicy!

Can I use dried cilantro in Strawberry Pineapple Salsa?

In a salsa recipe like this, you really want to use fresh cilantro. Dried simply won’t be the same. 

A tortilla chip with Strawberry Pineapple Salsa with pieces of pineapple, strawberry, onion, jalapeno

Storage Instructions: 

Store your salsa in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days. 

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