Fruit Salsa with Baked Cinnamon Chips

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Fruit Salsa! Count me in on wanting to make this recipe that we are featuring from The Girl Who Ate Everything website.

Is salsa something you eat all the time? Certainly tomato salsas are super popular, and you see many brand names lined up on the shelves in grocery stores. Each brand has a list of ingredients that combined offer their own specific flavors. Many of these jarred salsas not only have natural ingredients but also avoid the use of artificial flavors and colors, so that is pretty exciting!

I love our local Farmer's market because you not only can find homemade tomato salsa you also find a great selection of fruit salsa such as peach, strawberry, and blueberry. The recipe we are featuring is for a fruit salsa that uses kiwis, apple, raspberries, and strawberries. Sound great doesn't it.

So just is a salsa sauce? It sounds so diverse when you consider how many ways it can be prepared. "Salsa is a dance if you are from previous generations before the eating of salsa became such a big trend." but the salsa we are talking about is the food. The origin of tomato salsa goes way way back to the 1500's. The Aztecs included this simple food in their diet. There are sweet salsa and hot spicy salsa recipes. They can be fresh, cooked or bottled. They are used as dips, garnishes, and condiments. The tomato based salsa usually has onions, garlic, chiles and tomatoes in them. You can make them thick and chunky or thin with small pieces.

Obviously the fruit salsa's are making their way onto the tables of more and more food lovers looking for alternatives. Savory salsas are usually served with a taco chip of some sort. Fruit salsa is especially tasty if you sweeten up the chips with a little cinnamon and sugar.

You will find the directions for the sweet chips as well as the fruit salsa when you visit 'The Girl Who Ate Everything' website below.

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