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Strawberry Salsa – Easy, 6 ingredients

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This Strawberry Salsa is so versatile! You can literally use whatever you have in the pantry! Added bonus is it only takes about 10 minutes to assemble! One of the reasons I love this Strawberry Salsa is that it is so easy!

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Strawberry Salsa

We love salsas around here! Any kind of salsa is fine with me! I can make salsa out of just about any fruit or veg you can imagine! Evidence of that fact is here, with my Green Tomato Salsa, or my Roasted Garlic Salsa. Peach Salsa is perhaps my all time favorite! There are more salsas on BCC, here.

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Look at these gorgeous strawberries! I get them from my neighbor at LaMora Farms, a husband and wife owned farm just up the street! Their produce is always the freshest around!

What you need

  • strawberries
  • mixed bell peppers
  • red onion
  • jalapeno
  • parsley or cilantro
  • fresh lime

How to Make Strawberry Salsa

  1. Just cut up any peppers that you have. I used yellow and orange bell peppers and 1/2 of a jalapeño. Start with less jalapeno and then add as needed to accommodate the heat tolerance of your guests. Chop cilantro or parsley.
  2. Chop strawberries in small pieces. Peel garlic.
  3. Grate garlic into strawberries with microplane.
  4. Grate lime zest directly into strawberries.

Add lime juice, chopped vegetables and a pinch of salt to the strawberries. Mix well. Let sit in refrigerator for at least an hour before serving.

How to store this salsa

Store salsa in air tight container in the refrigerator. Leftovers will last 1-2 days, but it’s best enjoyed fresh.

Pro tips for success

  • Be sure to pick the freshest, ripest looking strawberries you can find.
  • Organic berries are your best choice, strawberries can be sprayed with many insecticides, and are difficult to wash thoroughly.
  • Even when using organic strawberries, rinse the berries thoroughly, before cutting.
  • If you are serving salsa with chips, cut the strawberries and vegetables fairly fine, so that you can scoop up a bit of everything on your chip.
  • Substitute flat leaf parsley if you don’t like the flavor of cilantro.
  • Salsa is best the day it is made, but let it “rest” in the refrigerator, covered for at least 1-2 hours. After a few hours, the berries will start to lose their fresh appearance.
  • Make a quantity that you can enjoy with in a couple days. Don’t make huge batches, unless you can consume it.
  • Store freshly picked strawberries in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator. Do not wash the berries before storing them. They should be stored dry.
  • It’s best to remove them from the quart basket and lay them flat, trying not to lay any on top of the others. This will minimize damaging from the weight of the strawberries on top.

Tip: Smell the quart of berries when you pick them up. They should smell very sweet and strawberry-like. The better the smell, the better tasting the berry.

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Serving suggestions

Serve this salsa with the traditional tortilla chips or pita chips, but, in addition, it makes a delicious topping for tacos and fajitas.

It is also delicious served alongside fish dishes, like our bullhead and seafood dishes, chicken and pork.

Sweet chips, like cinnamon sugar pita or tortilla chips really compliment this salsa.

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Need a seasonal, quick, easy and delicious appetizer for the Fourth of July? This is an easy, delicious, fresh appetizer that everyone can enjoy because it has none of the common allergens what-so-ever!! I hope you enjoyed the recipe today for Strawberry Salsa!

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Strawberry Salsa

This Strawberry Salsa is so versatile! You can literally use what you have in the pantry! One of the reasons I love Strawberry Salsa is that it’s so easy!
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Course: Appetizer
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 12 people
Calories: 29kcal
Author: Beth Neels


  • 3 tbsp red onion finely diced
  • 3 tbsp sweet pepper finely diced
  • 1/2-1 jalapeño finely diced
  • 2 tbsp cilantro or parsley chopped
  • 1 quart ripe strawberries diced into small chunks
  • 2 tsp garlic grated
  • 1 juice and zest one lime


  • Prepare vegetables, fairly small so that they will fit on a tortilla chip.
  • Cut strawberries.
  • Grate garlic and lime zest directly into strawberries.
  • Add Lime and mix well.
  • Juice lime into salsa.
  • Cover and let sit for about 1 hour in refrigerator for flavors to develop.
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Let salsa “rest” in the refrigerator, covered for at least 30 minutes to one hour to allow flavors to mingle.
Best if made the day it is served.
This is a fresh salsa. Does not lend itself to cold pack, or water bath canning.


Calories: 29kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Sodium: 1mg | Potassium: 134mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin A: 95IU | Vitamin C: 52mg | Calcium: 15mg | Iron: 0.4mg
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  1. 5 stars
    I’ve been hosting a “Salsa Night” every summer for a few years now & all the guests are supposed to bring what like best with their salsa. It can be an appetizer, a protein, a side dish, a salad, or a dessert! Bring enough to share for at least yourself & 2 others, or more. We’ll have the grill ready to go & people who want to can use the pool or hot tub. Every year the items people bring get more & more interesting. This year we added your Strawberry Salsa to our groups of salsas, and it went over in a great way! We ran out before all the entrees were through cooking so some of the other ladies & I ran in & made some more! We had to have it for the salads, chicken & seafoods & I wanted some for the cinnamon sugar pita chips I made that morning. We made triple what I’d started with and they ate it ALL before everyone left that evening. What a great success!

  2. 5 stars
    This salsa is so colorful. I had no idea that strawberries would go so well with jalapeno and cilantro. I am hooked!

  3. 5 stars
    This was so delicious. I made it today! It was approved by my entire family! I am adding it to the rotation! YUMMMM

  4. 5 stars
    I am definitely having my tacos and chips with this one. I went through all the salsa recipes shared by you and I would say I will have my weekends full for this month as I am going to try all of them out. Thank you for sharing. Loved the strawberry salsa the most!

    1. Thank you for your comment! You will have a lot of salsas to try! We love the chipotle salsa and the peach salsa very much, as well! Let me know how you like them all!

  5. Oh, yes please! I love my fruits in veg salads and this is a recent chance as years ago I would have never thought I could even think about it but, yes, it works perfectly for me. Delicious ????

  6. I can’t quite believe this, but I have never had a salsa with fruit in it! Ever! I will have to wait for strawberry season to come around here again but I will very happily give this a go. The mix of flavours sound absolutely divine!

  7. What beautiful colors in this salsa. This sounds so good. It’s on my to do list now to try it! Thanks for this amazing recipe.

  8. Oooh yes please. I love strawberry dips and salsas, but have never paired it with peppers – now I can’t wait to try it!

  9. I have to be honest. I get a little nervous when fruits and veggies start intermingling. But this looks so good and sounds easy, I may have to be brave and try it! I’ll let you know how it goes. 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

    1. I hope you enjoy it! My son is the same way with the fruit salsas and even he likes this one! Let me know!

  10. I have made pineapple salsa before, but not strawberry. This is definitely something I need to try! I ♥ strawberries and your salsa is beautiful! Can’t wait to make it! 🙂

  11. 5 stars
    Strawberry salsa…pass the chips! I could eat this all day and not share with anyone 😉 So refreshing and perfect for strawberry season. Pinning now…thanks for the gorgeous recipe!

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