This post is sponsored by Kroger and Prima® peaches. As always, all opinions are my own.
Fresh peach salsa is delicious with chips, on top of fish or pork, or spooned over tacos! You’ll love the sweet and savory flavors in this simple recipe!
Although it’s far from our traditional Salsa Recipe, this uniquely flavored salsa is not to be dismissed! In fact, it’s probably my favorite fruity salsa, followed by Mango Salsa and Pineapple Salsa.
Fresh Peach Salsa
Who here loves salsa??
We are huge fans and love trying out different versions. From red salsa to green salsa to versions with delicious fruits – we love it any way it’s made.
Today, we wanted to share our favorite recipe for peach salsa using fresh peaches. If you haven’t tried it before, you MUST!
The sweet and savory flavors of this recipe make it incredibly addicting and perfect for dipping tortilla chips or topping some of your favorite meats and tacos (plus, it’s made in minutes!)
Our recipe is filled with so many fresh flavors, you will find yourself coming back for more. It includes:
- bell peppers
- And the best part – THE PEACHES!
Whether it’s salsa or a delicious treat or even just to eat as a snack, our go-to peaches are Prima® peaches from Kroger.
These sweet peaches are grown in California’s fertile San Joaquin Valley and are known for their delicious, fresh farm flavor. Each peach is hand picked and delivered with care to ensure you are receiving the tastiest, juiciest peach.
They’re also a good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, fiber and potassium and make a great snack!
As mentioned, we love to enjoy these peaches alone and in our recipes. In case you want to do the same, you can find these fresh peaches in the grocery store from May to October.
Trust me – once you have one, you will want to make as many peach desserts as possible!
How to Make Peach Salsa
PREP + CHOP. Get all of your ingredients prepped and ready to go. Chop and dice the peaches, tomatoes, jalapeños, onions, cilantro, and red bell pepper.
SPICE LEVEL. If you want the salsa to be mildly spicy, take out the membranes and seeds from the jalapeño and discard. More seeds = more spice.
COMBINE. Add all of the chopped ingredients to a medium sized bowl. Add lime juice, garlic salt and pepper and just a dash of sugar to the mixture and toss everything to combine.
EXTRA HEAT. For even more spice and flavor, add in the chili powder. This is totally optional and it will still taste great if you decide to omit that ingredient.
TASTE TEST. Grab a couple chips and taste test the salsa. Add any additional ingredients that are needed.
Storing + What to Serve With
How to store? Store your peach salsa in a mason jar, Tupperware, or any airtight container. Keep it in the fridge and it will last for up to 4 days.
What to serve peach salsa with? Peach salsa will go wonderfully with any Mexican dish, but our favorites include:
It can also be serve on top of chicken, fish, pork, or steak!
Be sure to grab your Prima® peaches from the store to make this salsa and to make some other yummy recipes. But beware – if your house is anything like ours, the kids will devour them before you can even make anything with them! 😉
For more Salsa recipes, check out:
Peach Salsa Recipe
- 3 peaches fresh, yellow, ripe – diced into ½ inch cubes
- ¼ red onion chopped
- ½ red bell pepper chopped
- 2 roma tomatoes chopped
- 1 jalapeno diced, remove the seeds for less spice
- ½ cup cilantro chopped
- ½ cup fresh lime juice 1-2 limes
- garlic salt and pepper to taste
- sugar sprinkle
- chili powder optional sprinkle
- Rub peaches softly with a cloth to remove peach fuzz. Rinse and dry.
- Chop peaches, tomato, onion, bell pepper, jalapeño, and cilantro and add to a medium bowl.
- Add lime juice, salt and pepper, and sugar and gently toss to combine. Add chili powder for additional spice if needed (optional)
- Taste salsa, and add additional juice or salt and pepper as needed.
I never thought to add peaches to salsa, but what a delicious addition! This was very easy to make. We served it over some tacos! Yum!
My husband loves fish, but i don’t know vEry many ways to cook it. Topping the fish with this peach slasa really made an old dish new again. Thanks for the suggestion.
Another fruity salsa! So refreshing and perfect for a summer dish. I like how you can determine the Heat in this dish.
Love this as a taco topping!
this is so good! we love peaches but i would never have thought to use in a salsa. Great recipe and will make again!
Can’t wait to make this! ? If I make a big batch and have leftovers, does it freeze well?
I personally haven’t tried freezing it. I am not sure it would freeze well & taste ok after. It will last in the fridge for a bit 🙂
This peach salsa I could just eat alone by the spoonfuls! i do love it with chips as well. the sweet with a salty chip is the best!
Never did try peach salsa but I do love peaches so this is a must try
So good. I love peach pie and now I love this. It’s a must.
My thoughts exactly 🙂 Thank you for saying that!!
I am absolutely LIVING for this recipe. I can’t get enough! I wish fresh peaches were in season all year long.
You’re right, there are so many ways to use this salsa. We left out the bell pepper and ate up every bite!
I love when peaches are in season for recipes just like this! gave this a try and it was so easy and perfectly delicious!
We loved the balance of sweet and spicy flavors. It was quickly devoured with a bag of chips!
This is so good with super fresh and juicy peaches!
Looks so yummy!! I have had mango salsa many times, but never peach, will have to do this next time.
Couild. You skip. Spicy. Like. Cilantro and. Jalapeno pepper I. Dont. Like. Spicy.
If you don’t like spice/heat, just make sure to remove the seeds and membranes from the jalapeños. Then you’ll mostly just get the flavor and real mild spice. You can also omit the chili powder. That’ll keep the spice really mild too.