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Mango Salsa Recipe with Peaches

This crisp salsa recipe uses fresh mangos and peaches to create a juicy sweet and spicy topping for tacos or a healthy chip dipping appetizer.


No Equipment Needed


Very Easy

Picture of mango salsa in a bowl served with corn chips.

This mango salsa recipe makes a healthy snack or appetizer!

If you need more healthy snack ideas you should definitely try this salsa. Loaded with fresh fruit and veggies, it's hard to get a nutritious side dish recipe also so full of flavor! Luckily it is naturally a vegetarian and vegan friendly appetizer, making it a great addition to any spread that easily spans multiple diet restrictions. Just pair it with chips!

Fresh and tasty as a barbeque side dish, taco filler, or burger topping idea.

This easy recipe goes especially well with tacos or burgers that feature fish! Use it by putting it on top of the tacos or burgers together with coleslaw and a chipotle mayo for a juicy and tantalizing experience. Also try it with pulled jackfruit for a vegan dinner idea!


Substitution for Jalapenos: You can use Fresno chili peppers, serranoes or habaneros. If you are sensitive to spiciness and must use serranoes you can use just one or two and dice them finely.

Substitution for red bell pepper: You can also use a yellow bell pepper, but it will lose some visual appeal without the bright red color. Do not use green bell pepper if you can avoid it, it isn't as sweet.

Substitution for cilantro: If you don't like cilantro you can just leave it out.

Note about mangoes: This recipe is expecting you to use the large, standard green and pink mango. If you would rather use yellow mangoes you can, but you will probably need to use two since they are smaller.

Money Saving Tip

It is cheaper to buy bell peppers in the three pack. Just use the other peppers in some other tasty recipes!

Let's Begin:

Picture of fresh veggies and fruits needed for mango salsa.

Gather the ingredients.

Picture of diced red bell pepper in a bowl.

Dice the red pepper and add it to a bowl.

Picture of diced red onion in a bowl.

Dice the onions and add them to the bowl.

Picture of diced peach in a bowl.

Dice the peach and add it to the bowl.

Picture of diced jalapeno in a bowl.

Dice the jalapenos and add them to the bowl.

Picture of diced mango in a bowl.

Dice the mango and add it to the bowl.

Picture of added salt, lime juice, and cilantro.

Add the chopped cilantro leaves, lime juice, and salt. Mix everything together.

Picture of finished mango salsa with chips.

Enjoy! Mix immediately before serving.

What to serve with mango salsa:

Here are some ideas for things that go well alongside this side dish recipe;

  • Salmon

  • Pulled Pork

  • Pulled Jackfruit

  • Mushroom tacos

  • Chipotle Mayo

  • Mayo Coleslaw

  • Stuffed Jalapenos

  • Grilled Corn

  • Fish Tacos

  • Etc.


This recipe is good in the fridge for 3-4 days.

Can I make this recipe ahead of time? You can make this recipe a few hours ahead of time, but I would not recommend making it more than 8 hours before if you have added the salt. The salt will start to pull fluid out and if it is made too far in advance it will start to look wilted. You can make it the night before without the salt, and then add the salt shortly before serving.

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