Big Mango’s are in in fresh right now so I cut 5 up and made some dip for Hot salsa. Looks like my dog wants a bite also. LOL
tarp Good friend of mines wife makes the most amazing Mango Salsa, I freaking love that stuff. Amazing on chips but even better with Hab mango brats!
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Jonathon Does he have a recipe. Don’t tease us…
tarp That looks nice. Any particular recipe to get a nice sweet/hot flavor & store it away for a while to meld?
Sorry here it is:
6 cups mangoes
1 red onion finely diced
1 cup seeded diced red bell pepper
( 2or 3 red jalapeños I added 1 red tabasco and 1 small Hatch pepper cause we like a kick to it, all out of the garden)
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
2 cloves garlic
2 tsp finely chop ginger
1 cup brown sugar
1 1/4 cup 5% vinegar
1/2 cup water
chop everything fine.
bring all ingredients to boil reduce simmer 5 minutes make sure sugar is dissolved
Have your 1/2 pint jars ready and your lids and water bath
use slotted spoon to fill jars as usual leave that 1/2" head space
Process for 10 minutes here at sea level.I’m at 135’above sea level.
15 minutes for pints if you want to double recipe.
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