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I looked for a pineapple salsa recipe after having a delicious salsa at a local South American fusion cafe. By mixing and matching between Option 2 and Option 3, I was able to get very close. My family preferred it when I prepared it with raw fresh pineapple instead of grilled because it maintained a firmer texture and less carmely sweetness.
I tried option one and just used canned crushed pineapple. It was surprisingly tasty. I thought it had good flavor (not WOW, but good). I think it's nice for those who prefer sweet over spicy...
Very good! Delicious lunch along with ham sandwiches. Option 3 was perfect. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT4 the Flying Dutchess'.
I made version one, not as a condiment but as a delicious and healthy side to Rosalita's Arepas Con Queso. The pineapple was glorious -- sweet, tender and juicy. The red onions and cilantro were the perfect contrast and made this zing. I want to try this with fresh chiles some time soon. Thanks!
You just can't have one was what our guests said today about this recipe. I had made option # 1, which went over like a bang. When I had to go out for an errand they had decided to make also #3 to see how good that one was and all I can say is there was none for me to try. Fantastic recipe! 10 Stars!
Have to agree with Chef Kate, this is a great dish. I just had a craving for something sweet tonight. But since I am trying to be good too I opted for this dish rather than chocolate. Surprising enough, it hit the spot and I am no longer in danger of finishing off the Easter candy. I made option 1, which was great served with Jamaican Jerk Pork and Black Bean & Yellow Rice Salad. Hubby and I decided it was the perfect low fat meal. We felt like we should be eating dinner on a white sand beach.
We love this! I made option one -- so simple and lovely. The carmelized pineapple and the red onions are just a perfect combo. And speaking of combos, I used mint and cilantro. This is pretty, aromatic and absolutely delicious. I'm looking forward to trying the other options in the near future.