When you have homegrown peaches and homegrown tomatoes at your disposal, you must make peach salsa! Typically, I do not like fruit salsa really at all. It is too sweet for my liking. I made this for my daughter's birthday party and it turned out so well that I could not stop eating it. Since I am now a fruit salsa convert, I had to share the recipe with all of you.
My dad's peach trees on the farm did awesome this year which is awesome because last year due to the crazy weather, we had no peaches. I missed them so badly and am thrilled to be eating delicious peaches this fall.
This is our fourth year in our home and our third year having a garden. Our tomatoes have done incredibly well every single year which is amazing because there is nothing like a homegrown tomato. These tomatoes are one of my daughter's favorite foods and she eats them everyday.
This peach salsa comes together in about 5 minutes and is good for a couple days. I used my vegetable chopper for this to make the pieces all uniform in size and to make it easier. You can easily make it without it, it will just take some more hand chopping.
Fresh Peach Salsa
4 large peaches, finely diced
4 large tomatoes, finely diced
2 green bell peppers, finely diced
1/2 cup diced green onion
1/2 teaspoon salt
Juice from 1 lemon
Directions: Combine all ingredients together and mix well. Enjoy with tortilla chips or over chicken or fish.
This salsa went over very well at the party so I was glad that I made it. I can't wait to make more of this next year! It is simple and super fresh. If you do not have good tomatoes, you can substitute a delicious fresh salsa which I have tried and is great as well.