This easy fruit salsa recipe is perfect for summer. It’s sweet and juicy with a subtle heat. Perfect for snacking with chips or using as a topping for burgers and tacos. Grab some fresh ripe peaches and enjoy!
Chips and salsa are a staple in this house. I have no less than 4 jars of salsa in the pantry at any given time and usually 1 or 2 or opened ones in the fridge. We are addicted!
We tend to rely on store-bought for convenience, but it’s actually pretty easy to make your own homemade salsa. There are so many variations to create, including fruit salsa!
Keep reading to learn how to make this homemade fresh peach salsa recipe and some delicious ways you can use it!
Ingredients you need
This easy Peach Salsa is made with just 5 ingredients, plus salt.
Combining peaches, jalapeños, red onion, basil, orange juice, and a pinch of salt is a super tasty refreshing combination.
Be sure to use fresh peaches that are in season to ensure they are sweet and juicy.
How to make the recipe
All you need to make this quick fruit salsa is a cutting board, sharp knife, and a bowl. No food processor necessary!
Simply dice the peaches, finely dice the jalapeños and red onion, and chiffonade the basil. Squeeze the juice of an orange over the top, add a pinch of salt, and toss gently to combine.
How to serve
Scoop it up with tortilla chips, of course!
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Fruit Salsa Variations
Change up the flavors of this peach salsa recipe easily with just a few ingredient swaps.
Try cilantro and lime juice instead of basil and orange juice.
Add diced tomato or cucumber.
Replace two of the peaches with diced mango.
Add an extra jalapeño and/or leave in the ribs and seeds for an even spicier bite.
Yes! Fresh salsa is one of the healthiest condiments you can reach for.
Whether you choose tomato-based salsa or fruit salsa, it’s loaded with vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants. Made from plant foods, it’s naturally cholesterol free.
It’s also gluten free and oil free!
If you’re looking for a more creative salsa recipe, the options are endless. Adding different herbs, vegetables, and even fruit, will satisfy your salsa cravings no matter your mood.
My Smoky Cilantro Lime Mexican Bean Dip can be used like a chunky salsa and my Creamy Cranberry Salsa Dip is an entertaining favorite that’s perfect for the winter holidays.
More vegan peach recipes
- Arugula Peach Salad
- Peaches and Cream Dairy Free Pancakes
- Peaches and Cream Dairy Free Donuts
- Dairy Free Peach Scones
- Vegan Peach Crisp
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Fresh Peach Salsa
- 4 medium fresh peaches pits removed, diced
- ¼ red onion finely diced
- 1 jalapeño ribs and seeds removed, finely diced
- 6-8 basil leaves chiffonade
- Juice of 1 naval orange
- Pinch of salt
- Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and toss gently to combine.
Nutrition values are calculated using online calculators and are estimates only. Please verify using your own data.
TEE TEE says
I TRIED IT THE WAY RECIPE SAID THE FIRST TIME MINUS THE JALAPENOS. THEN I TRIED IT WITH THE LIME JUICE, CILANTRO, BASIL, ORANGE JUICE, DICED TOMATOES, AND CUCUMBERS ALONG WITH THE OTHER INGREDIENTS THAT WAS LISTED MINUS THE JALAPENOS. I DO NOT LIKE JALAPENOS. I ALSO ADDED EXTRA PEACHES TO IT. I TRIED IT BOTH WAYS AND BOTH WAYS WERE GOOD. TRY IT VARIOUS DIFFERENT WAYS TO FIND THE ONE THAT YOU LIKE BEST. IT HAD THAT SWEET FLAVOR WITH SOME HEAT TO IT WITH THE VARIATION THAT I DID ABOVE MINUS THE JALAPENOS.
Nachos is my favorite. Definitely I try for this recipe. Can I add pepper to this recipe.
Jenn Sebestyen says
Black pepper or bell peppers? A dash of black pepper or 1/4 cup of diced bell peppers should work. Enjoy!