Peaches in summer = heaven. Nuff’ said!
Hope you are all having a wonderful weekend so far! I’ve been trying to keep up with normal life activities while also trying to kick a silly sinus infection I got earlier this week. Which is easier said than done!
I made this peach salsa recipe in 2015 and decided it needed a face lift. It’s so easy and so tasty, plus peaches are tasting so good right now in California it’s hard to pass them up.
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin A
As many know, orange fruits and veggies are also packed with beta-carotene which is an antioxidant that may protect cell membranes from damage. So while I am fighting this sinus infection I figured a boost of antioxidants would be a good thing!
One more thing and I’ll stop spitting nutrition out atcha…peaches are fairly high on the list of lutein- and zeaxanthin containing fruits (carotenoids that are found in the macula at the center of the retina.) The other thing I like about this salsa is that it’s flavors are pretty complex so it’s easy to portion control for it being a salsa.
🎉🍑NEW VIDEO🍑🎉 I made this fresh peach salsa over the weekend and it's been so refreshing ! Perks of living in California are the fresh peaches from our Valley! 😍 Hope you enjoy this recipe and kick today's butt! 😊 Get the full recipe #ontheblog 🌟link in profile!🌟 #krollskorner #peaches #healthy #yum #foodie ((ps I can't seem to spell – JALAPEÑOS***)) 🙈
- 3 boneless chicken breasts grilled
- 3 medium-large size yellow peaches cubed
- 1 jalapeno chopped
- 1 small red onion diced
- 3/4 cup cherry tomatoes quartered
- 1/4 cup orange juice
- Fresh lime juice - 1 lime
If chicken breasts have not been grilled, grill them until no longer pink and set aside.
Mix all ingredients for the salsa together and gently mix. Place in the fridge for ~20-30 minutes so the flavors blend together.
Top on grilled chicken breasts and enjoy!
This nutrition label does not included the chicken breast, only the salsa: