After a trip to the farmer's market, I created this salsa! It's a more sweet, less savory salsa and it pairs nicely with sugar cinnamon chips.

Emmy
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Ingredients

Directions

  • Mix peaches, tomatoes, onion, cilantro, and jalapeno pepper together in a bowl; sprinkle with cardamom. Drizzle lime juice and lemon juice over salsa; toss to coat.

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

  • Brush tortilla wedges with melted butter; sprinkle generously with cinnamon sugar. Arrange coated wedges on a baking sheet.

  • Bake in the preheated oven until chips are crisp, 15 minutes. Serve chips alongside peach salsa.

Nutrition Facts

293.56 calories; 5.65 g protein; 45.05 g carbohydrates; 10.16 g fat; 15.25 mg cholesterol; 338.8 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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08/14/2014
Tasty! I did feel like the salsa was a bit heavy on the citrus but that's just my opinion. I used fresh red cherry tomatoes from my garden and instead of brushing the tortillas w/ butter (which I love) I just sprayed them w/ cooking spray to be a little healthier and that worked out great. Nice and fresh...I would make this again but adjust the acidity to suite my taste. Thanks for sharing.:)
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08/14/2014
Tasty! I did feel like the salsa was a bit heavy on the citrus but that's just my opinion. I used fresh red cherry tomatoes from my garden and instead of brushing the tortillas w/ butter (which I love) I just sprayed them w/ cooking spray to be a little healthier and that worked out great. Nice and fresh...I would make this again but adjust the acidity to suite my taste. Thanks for sharing.:)
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08/14/2014
Tasty! I did feel like the salsa was a bit heavy on the citrus but that's just my opinion. I used fresh red cherry tomatoes from my garden and instead of brushing the tortillas w/ butter (which I love) I just sprayed them w/ cooking spray to be a little healthier and that worked out great. Nice and fresh...I would make this again but adjust the acidity to suite my taste. Thanks for sharing.:)
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07/16/2018
Yummy! I sprayed the tortillas like someone else suggested. Also used the street taco size tortillas and make little pizzas out of them! A nice lunch! Tasty too!