Fresh and Healthy Mango Salsa Recipe

Mango Salsa
Mango salsa goes wonderfully with fish and chicken dishes. The sweetness of the Mango is not overpowering, and the peppers and onions bring out a bright new taste that I hope will be a nice surprise for you.

Mangoes are a great source of dietary fiber, with 3 g per cup, which is 12 percent of the recommended daily value. Dietary fiber helps keep bowel movements regular, helps maintain healthy gut bacteria and may help prevent or relieve digestive conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, and gastroesophageal reflux disorder.

This tropical fruit is also a great source of vitamin C, with 76% of the recommended daily value in one cup, they help lower LDL cholesterol levels too.

Mango Salsa Recipe


⤷2 ripe mangoes, peeled and chopped
⤷1 small onion diced
⤷1 Tomato diced
⤷I Small green bell pepper
⤷A teaspoon of Olive Oil
⤷1 large garlic clove, minced
⤷A Pinch of Salt and ground pepper
⤷Juice of 2 limes


Wash your fruits and vegetables with cold running water.

Chop your tomatoes and remove the fleshy seedy insides. This is to avoid having a wet soggy salsa as the mangoes will release their natural juices.

Dice up your vegetables into your preferable even sizes having the mangoes slightly bigger

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and allow it to sit for a few hours before serving to allow the flavors to incorporate well.
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