Are you ready for another incredible recipe using tons of fresh summer produce? Good, because this gorgeous avocado peach salsa is packed with a rainbow of produce that will have you doing backflips for more.
I originally made a version of this salsa to top my famous firecracker salmon and found that I was adding it to literally everything. Grilled chicken, fish tacos, in burrito bowls, and just eating by the spoonful because it’s THAT GOOD.
The flavors are perfectly balanced: sweet, a little spicy, tangy and so fresh. It’s super easy to customize with what you have on hand, too, so have fun with the flavor combos! Serve it up at your next BBQ or the next time you need an easy appetizer or side to go with your favorite proteins.
What you’ll need to make this avocado peach salsa
This delicious avocado peach salsa recipe uses all fresh produce to make the most colorful, flavorful fruit salsa ever. Here’s everything you’ll need to make it:
- Red onion
- Lime juice
- Salt & pepper
Choosing the right peaches
The first step in making this peach avocado salsa is, of course, picking up some fresh produce! It’s important to pick fruits that aren’t too ripe so that they’re not mushy when mixed together. In this salsa be sure to choose peaches that have a slightly sweet smell, but are on the firmer side. They should still have a little bit of give when you press them.
Can I use a different fruit?
Sure! I love the flavor of peaches in this salsa recipe, but I think diced mango or even pineapple would be fun. Otherwise, feel free to try my mango salsa recipe.
How to make the best peach salsa
This fresh avocado peach salsa is SO easy to make you’ll want to have a stash of it at all times. Here’s how to do it:
- Chop the produce. Looking for extra tips? See the best way to cut an avocado and an onion!
- Toss it together. Add everything to a bowl and toss it well so that the salsa is evenly mixed.
- Taste & adjust. Be sure to give your avocado peach salsa a taste before serving and add more salt and pepper as needed.
Simple tips for making fruit salsa
- Choose the right fruit. As I mentioned, be sure that your fruit isn’t overly ripe as it will result in mushy salsa.
- Chop small(ish). Dice all of the fruit small enough so that you can scoop it onto a chip, but not so small that the fruit all blends together.
- Adjust the heat. If you like spice like I do, feel free to leave the seeds in your jalapeño or even add a habanero! To keep the salsa mild, de-seed your jalapeño or leave it out.
Our fav ways to enjoy this peach avocado salsa
Yes, this peach salsa recipe is the perfect pairing for your favorite tortilla chips, but there are SO many more delicious ways to enjoy it!
How to store this salsa
Store any leftover peach salsa in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. The lime juice helps the avocado stay nice and green!
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I hope you love this fresh and delicious avocado peach salsa recipe! If you make it be sure to leave a comment and a rating so I know how you liked it. Enjoy, xo!
Beautiful avocado peach salsa made with fresh, juicy peaches, creamy avocado, sweet corn and a kick of heat from jalapeño. This bright and flavorful peach salsa recipe is delicious served with your favorite tortilla chips or paired with salmon, fish tacos and more!
medium ripe but still slightly firm peaches, diced
ripe but still slightly firm large avocado, diced
large ear corn, kernels cut off (about ¾ cup corn)
finely diced red onion
jalapeño, seeded and diced
finely diced cilantro
- Salt & freshly ground black pepper, to taste
Place all ingredients in a medium bowl and mix to combine. Garnish with extra cilantro. Serve with multigrain tortilla chips. Also great served on salmon, fish tacos, grilled chicken or shrimp. Serves 4-6. Double the recipe to serve 8-10.
To store: store any leftover peach salsa in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. The lime juice helps the avocado stay nice and green!
Servings: 6 servings
Serving size: 1 serving (based on 6)
Saturated fat: 0.7g
Recipe by: Monique Volz // Ambitious Kitchen | Photography by: Eat Love Eats
This post was originally published on July 29th, 2021, and republished on July 3rd, 2022.