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Tomato, Avocado, and Mango Salsa Recipe

There may be no greater symbol of a Southern summer than juicy red tomatoes fresh off the vine. 

Whether they’re ripening up on your windowsill or in a fruit carton from a local stand, plump summer tomatoes are both refreshing and easy to incorporate in everyday meals.

Tomato, Avocado, and Mango Salsa

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Recipe by Nutrition WorldCourse: SideCuisine: Latin American, Mexican
Servings

6

servings

    Rich avocado, juicy tomatoes, and sweet mangos come together to make a salsa worthy of seconds.

    Ingredients

    • 4

      tomatoes, diced

    • 1

      mango, diced

    • 1

      avocado, diced

    • 1

      jalapeño pepper, minced

    • ½ cup

      fresh cilantro, chopped

    • 3

      cloves garlic, minced

    • 1 teaspoon

      salt

    • 2 tablespoons

      lime juice

    • ¼ cup

      red onion, chopped

    • 3 tablespoons

      olive oil

    Directions

    • Dice the mango, avocado, and tomatoes. Then mince the jalapeño and garlic. 

    • Chop the cilantro and red onion and mix all the ingredients together in a medium bowl. 

    • Add the lime juice, olive oil, and salt. Mix well and chill before serving.

    Nutrition Facts (per serving):

    • Calories—157 | Total Fat—12g | Saturated Fat—2g | Sodium—396mg | Carbohydrate—14g | Dietary Fiber—4g | Sugar—8g | Protein—2g

    Facts about Tomatoes

    Storing Wisdom

    Keep Them Cool, Not Cold.
    There’s no need to place your tomatoes in the fridge. If you do, you run the risk of decreasing the tomato’s flavor and texture (think dull and mealy). Instead, keep your tomatoes on the counter away from sunlight. Ripe tomatoes retain their quality for two to three days when stored at room temperature.

    Did you know?

    The tomato was designated the official state fruit of Tennessee in 2003.

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