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Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Strawberry Fruit Salsa a la Jeanne.....

Strawberries are in an abundance right now at our house.  Saturday afternoon we made a visit to the local strawberry farm. The fields were filled with families picking basket after basket of berries that were so sweet and juicy,  we went back for seconds on Sunday.   Here is a delicious strawberry recipe that my sister-in-law Jeanne gave me many years ago. 
  • 2 Kiwi peeled and diced
  • 2 Golden Delicious apples, peeled, cored and diced
  • 8 oz. raspberries 
  • 1 lb. strawberries diced
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 3 Tbsp. strawberry preserves
  • 2 Tbsp. sugar
  • 1 pkg. flour tortillas, cut into triangles
  • butter cooking spray
  • cinnamon sugar

    The first thing I do is dice the apples then squirt lemon juice over them. Then I  gently mix in the remaining fruit.  Refrigerate for at least 15 minutes while the cinnamon tortillas are baking.  Here is how I do that.  Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.  Lay tortillas in a single row on a sheet pan.  Spray generously with the butter spray, sprinkle all over with cinnamon sugar then spray again.  Bake for 8 to 10 minutes.  Serve with the Strawberry and Mixed Fruit salsa.

    27 comments:

    1. MMMmmm! I made this a few years ago and forgot all about it. It is so delicious. Thanks for the reminder and the recipe!

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    2. sounds like another winner. I will try this one too. I love your cinnamon and sugar tortillas to go with it.

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    3. Wow, looks delicious ~ I'm sure it's sweet and spicy, just like Jeanne!

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    4. I love strawberries and that salad sounds delicious. So do those strawberry scones. Definitely two recipe I'll be trying. I am you newest follower.

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    5. mmmm...please pass a spoon, i am so ready to dig in...yum! thank you - i will be making this! - xok.

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    6. what a beautiful, and delish-sounding recipe. must try! Thank you :) yum! -Tammy

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    7. Wow I love the sweet tortilla idea. Inspired! Can't wait to go strawberry picking this year. I grew 2 plants myself this year but it only yielded about 5 teeny strawbs! X

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    8. such a great idea with the tortillas!! i made an amazing fruit salad the other day with some chopped mint...i love summer!! :)

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    9. I always have a summer fruit salad at our cookouts - this is an interesting twist.

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    10. How gorgeous. I love the idea of the cinnamon tortillas. Gorgeous little bowl too x

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    11. Sounds delicious! Might have to give this a try very soon. I'm bookmarking it right now; otherwise I'll forget where to come and find it. Have a wonderful Wednesday. Tammy

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    12. What a lovely and healthy salad. I would have never thought to serve it with tortillas. Great idea.
      Sam

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    13. This is beautiful. I like that it's not your typical 'throw in everything but the kitchen sink' kind of fruit salad...very elegant!

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    14. I think the family would love this! Thanks for the idea... I've nary a one these days for meals and I'm starting to get discouraged!

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    15. i have never heard of this....and it looks wonderful !!!!! so pretty too....

      i am making this for the summer !!!!

      happy to stop by today, my friend

      kary and teddy
      xo

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    16. Feel like pinching one of the strawberries in your fruit salad...they are so bright in colour and yummy.

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    17. This is what I call and tasty. Love fruit salsa's. Thanks for sharing. It's perfect for a 4th of July BBQ.

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    18. Congrats on being a winner in Kate's fun giveaway. Have a fabulous Friday! Tammy :)

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    19. What a fun treat! Between this salsa and the strawberry scones, I just don't know if I'll have enough berries to make jam this weekend! Will have to wait for clear weather and go pick some more! Yikes! What a delightful dilemma!

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    20. Oh, my that sure sounds yummy! My Dad, teen-ager and I picked wild Mustang grapes on Wednesday. I am in the process of juicing them for jelly.
      Blessings,
      Lorilee

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    21. Jeanne has good taste; looks perfect and i know that would be a hit chez nous!
      Rita

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    22. oh those look divine. really really good. i can imagine scones with strawberry jam, and strawberry already incorporated into the scones sounds brilliant!

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    23. My sister made something similar for an Easter appetizer... So Yummy!!

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    24. This looks really yummy...I love the bowl too!

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