Mangoes and peaches are familiar ingredients in fruit salsas, but this recipe, which calls for sweet cantaloupe, got us even more excited. Smitten Kitchen suggests serving it with grilled fish or chicken, but we think it would also pair wonderfully with tacos al pastor.
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FROM THE RECIPE:
Mango salsa is nothing new, heck, I'd say two years ago when everyone in the world seemed to simultaneously discover it, you could barely find a quesadilla that didn't come with a little pile of it on the side. But in these non-tropical parts, I have yet to find a mango at my local markets, but they're rolling in melons right now. I've long suspected they'd make a great swap with mangoes — I like the idea of pairing them with something bolder, like proscuitto, ham or even just straight salting them, as a lot of the world does — and my hunch was duly rewarded this afternoon. Bonus points: It required no cooking, heating up the apartment, running water or frankly any great effort to throw together. Everything should be this easy when you're eight million months pregnant.
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