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Mango Salsa

4 yellow mangos – peel skins and chop into small chunks – this is the basis
of the salsa
pineapple 1/4 – core and cut in thin slices – chop into pieces smaller than
red pepper 1/3 -1/2 - chopped in small pieces
cilantro – 1/2 cup chopped
red onion -1/2 cup thinly sliced and chopped small
jalapeno pepper – use about 1/2 of the pepper, chop it in very fine pieces
habanera pepper – use about 1/8th to 1/4 of the pepper; put a very little bit
into the salsa mixture, mix it up and see how you like the heat -
- add a tiny bit more if you want a little more hot taste.
Orange juice or lime juice – 4 Tbs. +

Making the Salsa
Combine everything in a bowl – toss with fresh orange or lime juice, add the
habanera pepper last – you may omit this if you do not want a hot salsa.

Sprinkle with a bit of salt and toss.

You can eat this as a salsa with chips or as a relish with a piece of chicken or

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