I love salsas of all kinds. Traditional red salsa, corn salsas, fruit salsas – it would be hard to nail down just one favorite. Last week we had fish tacos, and I went to the store for a few last minute ingredients. The cashier alerted me to the fact that the fresh, local cantaloupes were on sale for $2 BOGO. How could I resist? A true buy one get one too, not that BOGOHO crap!  I’d planned to do my usual mango salsa, but remembered when Shawnda had made a cantaloupe salsa to pair with fish tacos, and thought that would be a fun twist instead.

I pretty much just took my recipe for pico de gallo, and subbed in cantaloupe for tomato. It was fresh and delicious, and perfect with the blackened fish. And of course it wonderful for munching on with tortilla chips too. I know this would be a hit at any potluck or BBQ, as it’s so unique and different. Taking advantage of the last of the summer’s bounty while I still can, I know I’ll be making this a few more times before all the good melons are gone!

4 Comments

  1. Posted August 20, 2012 at 2:27 PM | Permalink

    Oh lovely – this sounds so refreshing!!

  2. Shae
    Posted August 20, 2012 at 6:48 PM | Permalink

    Wow! Just made this recipe. It is fantastic! The flavor combination is luscious……

  3. Posted August 21, 2012 at 3:36 PM | Permalink

    I have been obsessed with cantaloupe lately (just ate half of one with lunch!)! It’s pretty much the way I’ve been staying hydrated this summer, lol! ;) I enjoy making salsas with fruit and have not tried cantaloupe salsa yet. Next time I make tacos, I’ll try it out!

  4. Posted May 1, 2013 at 10:54 PM | Permalink

    Found you at the Gooseberry Patch Round-Up. Cantaloupe is my favorite fruit and I love salsa, so I just pinned this one. Sounds delicious and refreshing!

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