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I have to admit I was a bit leery of trying this out. But I thought, heck I love strawberry and avocado salad so why not? This is really surprisingly great tasting. I just ate a bowl with a spoon, no chips, since it is for brunch after my morning hike. The sweet strawberry mixed in with the buttery creamy avocado, the crunchy onions, zing from bits of fresh jalapeño, and the lime juice mends it all together...I just have to say, WOW...Who'd have ever thought. What a wonderful way to get your vitamins...and to all the 92 that saved this but haven't tried it...give it a try...you might like it. :P
I served this salsa on top of grilled tilapia. It was simple to make but looked and tasted fancy! A creative variation with plate appeal for those who also like pineapple mango salsas peach salsas etc.
Delicious!!! Made this for a family BBQ and everyone devoured it. I would have made the recipe exactly but I did not have jalapeño so I substituted a green bell pepper. I served this with home made cinnamon and sugar tortilla chips. Excellent combination!! A must make again.