A healthy, fruity salsa made with apricots, jalapeño, cilantro, garlic, red onion and a dash of apple cider vinegar.
It was literally raining apricots at my house, ouch! Caution. Regular, unexpected pelting of apricots is to be expected.
Apricot dreams were permeating my thoughts, ‘What am I going to do with all of those apricots?’ Fortunately, my husband found a few ways to freeze them so that we can have apricot goodness all year. He froze apricot slices and puree. Now all I have to do is figure the rest out. First up, Apricot Salsa! I never heard of such a thing but why not? I just took a very basic peach salsa recipe and replaced apricots. Lovely, that was easy, and delicious. I served this over rock fish which was a fresh and fruity answer to ‘What to do with fish?’
Salsa, like all condiments can really turn a bland dish into a wow dish. I love making condiments because they are easy and really make a difference. You can braise a chicken breast, throw some salsa on it and call it a day. Chutney is also a crowd pleaser, a salsa with indian spices, basically the same as salsa.
The food processor is your friend with condiments. Salsa, pate, aioli….the list is endless. Dust off your cuisinart and start making some crowd pleasing condiments!
This was a very healthy win for everybody; fish + salsa = a happy family.
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