just a bit different but very good and tasty. originally found on mealsforyou.com.
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i absolutely adore fresh mango, and this salsa is the perfect way to make them shine! the result is very fresh, sweet and spicy, and chunky...similar to pico de gallo in texture. make sure you use mangoes at their peak...if they are too ripe, your salsa
i changed a few things in a recipe i found on cooks.com. there are several variations i would like to try, but this is the one i already made! it was a big hit in my house, and i hardly got to eat any myself! one other option is to add 2/3 cup of ligh
delicious, lowfat bean soup with a mexican seasoning. this is my kids favorite! i always double the recipe and freeze in small containers so they can take out and microwave. very low in fat and delicious! quick and easy too!
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