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Mango Salsa

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With the onset of monsoon here in Vizag, its been a while since we have eaten ripe mangoes. Mango season is almost through with very few varieties available in the market. I bought a few mangoes (banganpalli variety) and prepared mango salsa. It would take another 8-9 months before I eat a ripe mango, so mango salsa it was with corn chips.

Mango Salsa

A typical summer fare, this mango salsa had a sweet-tangy taste with capsicum providing the crunch and mild spice. For a hotter salsa, add a chopped green chilli. Serve with grilled chicken or fish and you have winning combination.

Mango Salsa Recipe

Preparation: 8-10 mts

Serves 3-4 persons

Cuisine: Mexican



I large ripe mango, remove skin and chop

1 finely chopped tomato

1 green capsicum chopped finely

1 tbsp lemon juice

1 tbsp coriander leaves

salt to taste

1 Combine all the above ingredients and let it sit for half an hour for the flavors to meld. Serve with corn chips or grilled chicken/fish.

Mango salsa with corn chips
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By • Jul 20th, 2007 • Category: All Recipes, Fruit Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Recipes Vegetable Dishes, Salad Recipes

  • padmaja

    woh!!! amazing pictures sailu and please don’t tell me they will be out of season as I am coming to india on 16th august and can’t wait to taste our mangoes!!!!

  • Maninas

    The second photo is amazing! It looks both beautiful and very very appetising! :)

  • padma

    Sailu, right now I am envying you :( as we dont get to taste banganpalli here in US…..this mango refreshed my summer vacation in vizag in childhood times…thanks for the great recipe I think this will work form me with mexican mangoes which we easily get here. Also great pictures too! Looks mouthwatering already

  • Cinnamon

    Lovely Pictures Sailu, and the mango salsa looks really delicious and tempting!!!

  • sreelu

    Salsa looks to pretty to eat, very beautiful colors, I was fortunate to eat Banginappli this time on in nothing beats Indian Mangoes.
    I do it the same way except I add crushed garlic

  • TBC

    Hi Sailu,
    It’s my first time here. You have such a good collection of recipes!
    Loved the first pic of the salsa. I too made this a few days back, the only difference being that I added corn.
    I will be visiting regularly to check out your fare.

  • shilpa

    Beautiful as usual Sailu..You still get mangoes there? vizag really looks like a big city, I never knew anything about it before. we don’t get good mangoes here at all :(. I wish I could make this salsa now…anyway, I will search if I find any edible mangoes…Thanks dear

  • sumi

    Hi Sailu,
    As you are from Andhra, let me ask you one thing. Do you know the recipe for Vegetable Hyderabadi? I tasted it in a restaurant and found it to be very tasty. It is mixed vegetable curry in green colour sauce. If you know the recipe, kindly post it. Thnak you in advance.

  • meeso

    I love fruit salsa’s…this one looks really pretty!

  • sharmi

    hey i tried you tomato perugu pachadi and it was too good on a busy day. you mango salsa is a killer!! the pics are too good.

  • Hima

    I am also an andhraite. It is so nice to see the collection of andhra recipes.

  • archana, mama of twins

    I have always wanted to visit vizag and your mango salsa looks yummy. I would eat it with some rice, fish, sour cream in a burrito!

  • ramya

    hi sailu,
    i am missing mangoes.ur mango salsa is looking delicious and the colourful photos aah…..they r so pretty.

  • Gina

    Wow, your website is amazing. I’m going to be a regular visitor here!

    I love papaya salsa, and I have often made it with mangoes or other fruit when available. I haven’t made this since last summer, so thanks for the post. I’ll be making some this week!

    Thanks, Gina

  • usha

    Hi Sailu,

    Mango salsa with corn chips looks delicious and tempting….hmmm…banganapalli…i miss mangoes alot…use to have lot in my place(chittoor)..:((..Thanks for sharing..

  • sukanya

    This mango salsa is looking YUM!……Nice pictures….Lovely colour…

  • swapna susarla

    Sounds tasty!!

  • mansi

    Wow, that mago salsa looks refreshing!! Sailu, u’r doing a fantastic job with this site and keep it up.
    i’ve started a blog too at
    Could you visit it and add it’s link to your Food Blogs list pls? it’ll help me get some visitors and i’d appreciate your help.



  • Kanchana


    I have only eaten this in restaurants where it is so good, thanks for the recipe I will certainly try this out at home.


  • Cynthia

    Now that is a mango salsa, chunky and colourful.

  • Kay

    Awesome!!! :) I could eat it all up in one sec. Looks so yummy. Ah! The mango season will be long over when I come to India in September end..

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  • Rene Gonzales

    I just this afternoon tasted Mango Salsa for the first time… was delish!

    That pic of chips with the mango salsa is so great looking!

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  • Amulya

    Hi Sailaja,
    I have read several posts of yours and enjoy reading your comments on the overall process – pics are always beautiful too. Really admire the variety in your cuisine – truly seems to be a passion for you.

    I am from Andhra as well, spent 12 years in Vizag actually during school/college years – so a lot of your posts make me really nostalgic especially given.
    Do keep posting…
    Take Care,

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