Pineapple Apple Salsa

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A delicious blend of fresh pineapple, apples, tomatoes, onions and rock leaves makes up this sweet, spicy and tangy fruit salsa. Enjoy them as a snack with some taco chips or serve with an array of seafood.

  • 300 g Fresh pineapple, chopped
  • 2 Apples, diced
  • 1-2 Tomatoes, diced
  • 1 Small purple onion, finely chopped
  • 1/2 Yellow onion, finely chopped
  • 1/4 Red bell pepper, finely chopped
  • 1 handful Rocket leaves, chopped
  • 1 clove Garlic, minced
  • 2 tbsp Fresh lime juice
  • 1 tsp Honey
  • 1/2 tsp Chilli flakes
  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Cover and refrigerate for at least an hour to allow the flavours to blend together.

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100 comments:

Umm Mymoonah 16/3/12 06:24

Lovely looking salsa and I love the feel of the picture.

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Torviewtoronto 16/3/12 06:48

colourful delicious looking salsa

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 16/3/12 08:16

Delicious, I'm sure! Salsas are wonderful.

Cheers,

Rosa

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OohLookBel 16/3/12 08:34

Aw, yum! This salad would be so good with some fresh prawns. Yum again!

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Lenia 16/3/12 09:33

Fresh, healthy and delicious!Have a lovely weekend,dear!

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Vicki Bensinger 16/3/12 09:44

I make salsas all the time but I've never made one with pineapple. I love pineapple and have fresh cut up all the time in our home. Why I never thought to put it in a salsa is beyond me.

Your recipe sounds great. Pineapple, apples and tomatoes sound like an interesting combination that I look forward to trying.

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Priyanka 16/3/12 10:00

I love pineapple salsa, I feel it great with any spice dish. Loved your salsa recipe. And the pics are beautiful

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Hotly Spiced 16/3/12 11:12

What a beautiful looking salad. So many incredible ingredients. I bet that was amazingly tasty xx

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Belinda @zomppa 16/3/12 11:32

Oo, let me count the ways...this makes me think spring is around the corner!

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Lizzy 16/3/12 11:32

Oh, I love fruit salsas...and this looks delicious, Angie!

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Lisa @ Tarte du Jour 16/3/12 12:08

This looks so refreshing and delicious! I love the red pepper flake that gives it a little heat. Yum!

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RavieNomNoms 16/3/12 13:38

Oh wow that looks amazing!! So fresh and delicious! Love the colors

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busygran 16/3/12 14:08

This should go well as a topping for some grilled fish! Yum!

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anne 16/3/12 14:20

That salsa looks so refreshing , colorful and gorgeous ! ! I've been meaning to make salsa for quiet sometime but never get around to making it tsk ! :D

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Carolyn 16/3/12 14:30

What a lovely flavour of salsa!

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thecompletecookbook 16/3/12 14:53

This fabulous salsa reminds me of our years in Mauritius.
:-) Mandy

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Viviane Bauquet Farre 16/3/12 14:56

What a fun arrangement of colors and flavors. Superlative presentation too! I'll have to keep this recipe nearby, Angie!

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Gloria 16/3/12 15:51

Love this salad look wonderful!!

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Faith 16/3/12 15:58

What a great idea for salsa! It's beautiful and the flavors you've paired sound delicious!

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Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 16/3/12 16:01

Looks so fresh! Delicious salsa, love the sweet savory!

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Rosita Vargas 16/3/12 16:17

OHHH...Angie amo las ensaladas luce deliciosa con maravilloso color,muy saludable,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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Sutapa 16/3/12 16:59

Fresh pineapple with apple and onion..... great combo, colorful and delicious salsa!

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Pacheco Patty 16/3/12 20:04

I could eat the whole bowl of your salsa with tortilla chips! But, it would probably be better on a piece of fish,lol! Wonderful creative recipe Angie, thanks for sharing;-)

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Eva kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com 16/3/12 20:29

What a fresh, summery salsa. Perfect for today's temperatures in Toronto, we're having a very spring-like day!

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Cucina49 16/3/12 21:50

I love fruit salsas, and this sweet/savory version will definitely make its way into my kitchen, particularly since apples are my favorite fruit!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 17/3/12 01:51

What a delicious salsa and so perfect for spring and summer! I love the zesty rocket leaves in it.

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Ambika 17/3/12 01:55

Love this salsa! Such fresh flavors!

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Kathy 17/3/12 02:50

Love the flavors of this salsa…and it looks so pretty!

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MyFudo™ 17/3/12 04:43

This dish will make spring more vibrant and colorful...Love the light and delicious mix of everything in this! =)

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Elisabeth 17/3/12 04:51

Love the fresh flavors of the pineapple, and apple combination in the salsa. I make all kinds of salsas, but have not paired these two fruits together. Yumm!

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the food dude 17/3/12 06:49

The colors and flavors are awesome, and yes, this should be amazing with seafood!Beautiful photos Angie!

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lena 17/3/12 12:57

this is quite similar to our asian kind of pineapple salad ..also with a mixture of lime juice, cilantro leaves..sure this will boosts one's appetite!

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Katherine Martinelli 17/3/12 15:12

This sounds so fresh and delicious! I bet it would be great on chicken as well.

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yummylittlecooks 17/3/12 16:03

I love this sweet,spicy and tangy taste.

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Reeni 17/3/12 17:39

What a healthy and refreshing salsa! Love to have that with fish! Delicious.

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Helene Dsouza 17/3/12 18:20

Salsas are always nice, with pineapple its even better. looks very appetizing too! thanks for sharing

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 17/3/12 18:30

Angies, you always made the best salad and bread. Share with me please :)

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Joanne 17/3/12 18:50

What a fun play on salsa! i don't think I could resist just eating it out of the bowl!

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myitaliansmorgasbord 17/3/12 20:24

love the idea of having this with roasted fish... will seriously going to save and make it soon.

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Amanda 17/3/12 20:32

Yum! Pineapple and apple seem like such a great combo!

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Pola M 17/3/12 21:00

What an interesting combo! I bet it taste delicious!

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Claudia 17/3/12 22:19

Yes - to doing this with seafood - what a grand assortment of fruits. ANd yes - maybe I'll just spoon-feed myself this.

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maha 17/3/12 22:37

this looking just delicious.........loved the presentation....can feel the taste as well...hmmmm..yumyumm....
Maha

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FOODESSA 17/3/12 22:54

I honestly have never made a fruit salsa before, and yet, I've had them at restaurants. Time to think about making some soon, especially with our Spring soon in the air ;o)

Have a great weekend,
Claudia

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Yudith @ Blissfully Delicious 18/3/12 01:29

Oooh my gosh, I want to reach into that bowl with a big tortilla chip! This salsa looks so refreshing Angie! Perfect for the spring weather we're getting! :)

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Mary 18/3/12 02:07

What a delicious sounding salsa! I had to google for the answer, but I think rock leaves = arugula? Is that right?

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wenn 18/3/12 02:53

wow..looks good..i love pineapple!

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Rebecca Subbiah 18/3/12 03:09

this is amazing what a fun fruit combo would never thought of this clever Angie

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motherrimmy 18/3/12 03:19

You combine ingredients that I would never have thought of - like apples and pineapple - and turn them into delicious looking dishes.

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ping 18/3/12 05:14

Congrats on Top 9, Angie! Great refreshing salsa! I'd eat it as it is :)

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Easy Recipes, Stunning Presentations 18/3/12 07:21

It looks lovely and anything with pineapple in is a definite YES for me!

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kitchen flavours 18/3/12 12:31

Your pineapple salsa looks so refreshing and delicious!

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Nammi 18/3/12 15:16

love pineapple especially like this but first time seeing it being paired with apples for a salsa :)

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Cathy at Wives with Knives 18/3/12 15:26

Love all the wonderful flavors you have combined in this salsa, Angie. This would be a perfect accompaniment to grilled white fish

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 18/3/12 16:21

Angie...this is such a BEAUTIFUL combination of fresh flavors and colors! Such a unique salsa! : )

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Parsley Sage 18/3/12 18:12

That would be fantastic on top of a gorgeous bit of grilled fish :)

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sally 18/3/12 19:59

I love fresh pineapple, so I'm sure I would love this creative salsa.

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Geri Saucier 18/3/12 20:45

Thanks for the great recipe for Pineapple Apple Salsa. It looks and sounds delicious. In fact, I was at a restaurant the other night and they served Pineapple Salsa. I wished I had a recipe for it and now I do.

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Lyndsey 18/3/12 21:31

I love it! I never would of thought to make this. Yummy!

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Nitha 18/3/12 23:52

delicious salsa.. colourful..

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Amy (Savory Moments) 19/3/12 00:53

Your salsa looks so refreshing and colorful!

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Natasha Price 19/3/12 01:34

A terrific combination of refreshing bright flavors in this salsa!

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wokwith ray 19/3/12 01:59

I will eat that salad just by itself. I looks fresh and so gorgeous, Angie! Have a great week! :)

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SuzyEats 19/3/12 02:30

love it. thanks for sharing!!

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noobcook 19/3/12 03:57

looks like the perfect appetizer - so tropical and refreshing!

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Pam 19/3/12 04:12

I bet the crisp apple is terrific with the soft and sweet pineapple! It looks delicious.

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Choc Chip Uru 19/3/12 09:57

This salad look delicious and exotic - I love apple and pineapple together :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru
Latest: Lemon Polenta Raisin Cookies + Mini Citrus Berry Yoghurt Bundt Cakes

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Barbara 19/3/12 12:09

What a wonderful salsa, Angie. Love the pineapple. This would be fabulous with so many dishes!

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Ilke 19/3/12 12:32

Looks so refreshing! I dont know what rocket leaves but will do a quick Google search. I always learn new ingredients on your site :)

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 19/3/12 15:03

This would be great on a fresh grilled piece of fish and it would compliment everything on your plate. Very nice!

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Georgia | The Comfort of Cooking 19/3/12 15:43

I can think of so many things I would love this salsa for, particularly over ice cream or on top of grilled meats. Great recipe, Angie! This is such a versatile salsa.

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Katerina 19/3/12 16:33

Colors in food are very important! They play a major role in elevating your desire for the particular meal. This salad not only does it have all the great ingredients, but it also has some beautiful colors, which make it irresistible!

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Hornsfan 19/3/12 17:02

Delicious! I'm already imagining what this would taste like with some grilled seafood!

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hemalata 19/3/12 18:23

So refreshing n colorful salsa looks so yummy.

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 19/3/12 18:39

That is such a fresh looking salsa perfect with any grilled meats!

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Carolus Cocina 19/3/12 19:45

mmmmmmmmm, great and delicious im gona take it for a grilled salmon.

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Rosita Vargas 19/3/12 22:47

Ensalada hermosa y refrescante una verdadera exquisitez,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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Deepti 19/3/12 23:33

Looks awesomely delicious! love the combination of all the ingredients used.

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Geni 20/3/12 00:47

I love the pineapple combined with the apples. Such a nice twist on such a refreshing favorite. Gorgeous as usual!

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Words Of Deliciousness 20/3/12 02:30

This is a wonderful salsa, I love the combination of ingredients.

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beti 20/3/12 02:42

I really love how fresh it looks and I can see myself eating it with chicken or just the way it is

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info korners 20/3/12 11:18

It is a delicious recipe , i like it , Pineapple salsa is my favorite one .

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Magic of Spice 20/3/12 21:45

How bright and cheerful...lovely for spring!

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tigerfish 21/3/12 00:21

This just sounds and looks summery! or should I say tropical ? So appetizing! I would like this with seafood or even meat dishes.

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 21/3/12 01:20

What a nice switch-up to use pineapple - I often use mango; this is wonderful inspiration.

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 22/3/12 00:47

I need to use that sad pineapple sitting on the counter for days now. Your salsa recipe is a life saver, has anyone told you that? :D

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easyfoodsmith 22/3/12 14:53

Colourful and bursting with flavours. Delicious post!

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Asmita 22/3/12 20:29

Delicious and so colorful! A must try.

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Simply Life 25/3/12 17:22

what a fun idea for salsa! this would be perfect in the summer!

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Allen at Cook! Bake! Share! 26/3/12 06:45

Thank you for another great recipe! I nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award. If you have any blogs/bloggers you would like to nominate, please see my post "The Versatile Blogger". Allen.

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info korners 26/3/12 11:32

looking so tasty salsa and colorful......:)

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Sara @ Saucy Dipper 29/3/12 04:55

I do love me some fruit salsa. Beautiful looking snack you got here.

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Susan Lindquist 6/4/12 15:48

Mmmm! What a wonderful recipe! Yes! With chips , over grilled swordfish , atop grilled chicken ... yum! So versatile! Love your vintage bowl and the look of your presentation too!

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Judi 26/4/12 05:52

What are rocket leaves?

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