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N’nako Kandé’s Pineapple Salsa Recipe

Whether you have an herb garden in your windowsill, a container garden on your apartment balcony, or a sprawling plot in the backyard, summer is the prime vegetable garden season.

You’ve worked hard to keep the weeds and pests away, and now you’re ready to harvest some beautiful home-grown veggies and herbs.

N’nako Kandé's Pineapple Salsa

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Recipe by N’nako KandéCourse: AppetizerCuisine: Tropical
Servings

3-4

cups

    Ingredients

    • ½

      pineapple, diced

    • 2

      fresh tomatoes, diced

    • ½

      red onion, finely chopped

    • 1 cup

      red peppers or sweet banana peppers, diced

    • 2 tsp.

      garlic powder

    • cup

      parsley, chopped

    • cup

      cilantro, chopped

    • 1

      dash of Himalayan salt

    • tsp.

      garlic powder

    • 2 tsp.

      ground ginger

    • 1 inch

      piece fresh ginger root, grated

    • 1

      jalapeño, seeds removed and finely chopped (optional)

    Directions

    • Add all ingredients to a medium bowl and mix well. For extra tropical flair, use the hollowed-out pineapple to serve salsa.

      n'nako kande

      “Akwaba! Nothing says ‘let’s gather’ like a bowl of colorful and flavorful salsa, and nothing symbolizes good hospitality like a pineapple. Not only is this salsa is full of ingredients that you could easily grow in your backyard garden, but it also takes your taste buds to tropical destinations.”

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