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.
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Fresh Peach Salsa with Grilled Chicken
- 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:
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