Lisa’s Cross-Cultural Salsa with Tomato, Avocado, Lime, and Feta
When fresh tomato seasons arrives, make Lisa’s Cross-Cultural Salsa with Tomato, Avocado, Lime, and Feta to serve over chicken, fish, or pork cooked on the grill! See Tomato Recipes for more recipe ideas like this one.
Lisa’s Cross-Cultural Salsa with Tomato, Avocado, Lime, and Feta is a recipe that came from a faithful reader named Lisa who’s such a creative cook that she’d probably make a great food blogger! But since she doesn’t have a blog Lisa sends me her fantastic recipe ideas and lets me post them on Kalyn’s Kitchen. (Thanks Lisa!) Lisa is the one who shared her “dumb” salad recipe that I renamed Not-so-Dumb Salad with Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Onions, Avocado, and Balsamic Vinegar.
That recipe has been wildly popular on the blog and I promise you that this Salsa with Tomato, Avocado, Lime, and Feta is just as good. I ate it over grilled fish when I tested the recipe, but I’d love this over sauteed or grilled chicken breasts or pork chops, or as a topping for tacos or burritos. And of course if it’s a hot summer night and you’re sitting out on the deck, you could certainly eat it with toasted pita bread or chips!
Start by zesting a lime and squeezing the juice into a bowl that’s big enough to hold all the salsa ingredients. Cut up the avocado and toss with the lime juice and zest.
Chop enough tomatoes to make 1 cup chopped ripe tomato. Chop 1/4 cup red onion (or you could use sliced green onions.>/p>
Crumble 1/2 cup Feta cheese (or less, I think 1/3 cup would have been fine. Mix together the lime juice, avocado, tomato, and red onion and stir to combine.
Then gently stir in the crumbled feta until it’s mixed into the salsa. Season with salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste and serve.
More Salsas for Topping Grilled Fish, Poultry, or Meat:
Mango, Watermelon, and Tomato Salsa Fresca from The Perfect Pantry
Chimol Salsa from Kalyn’s Kitchen
Quick and Easy Restaurant Style Salsa from Mountain Mama Cooks
Tomatillo Salsa with Roasted Green Chiles, Cilantro, and Lime from Kalyn’s Kitchen
Lisa's Cross-Cultural Salsa with Tomato, Avocado, Lime, and Feta
Serve this yummy salsa over chicken, fish, or pork cooked on the grill!
- 1 large lime, zest and juice (at least 2 T juice)
- 1 avocado, diced
- 1 cup diced fresh tomatoes
- 1/4 cup finely diced red onion (or sliced green onion)
- 1/3 – 1/2 cup crumbled Feta
- salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
- Zest the lime and then squeeze the juice, putting zest and juice into a bowl that’s big enough to hold all the salsa ingredients.
- Dice the avocado into the bowl and toss with the lime juice and zest.
- Cut up enough tomatoes to make 1 cup diced fresh tomatoes.
- Finely dice the red onion and crumble the Feta.
- Stir tomatoes and red onion into the avocados and lime juice and mix until well-combined.
- Then gently stir in the crumbled Feta just until it’s mixed into the salsa. (Don’t stir too much.)
- Season to taste with salt and fresh ground black pepper and serve.
- Serve the salsa over grilled or roasted fish, grilled or sauteed chicken, grilled or sauteed pork chops, or steak.
- It could also be served as a topping for tacos or part of the filling for burritos, or simply as a salsa to be scooped up with chips or toasted pita chips.
Recipe from a very creative reader named Lisa.
Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
Lisa’s Cross-Cultural Salsa with Tomato, Avocado, Lime, and Feta is loaded with low-glycemic ingredients, and as long as you don’t overdo it on the Feta, it would be approved for any phase of the South Beach Diet. It’s also great for most other low-carb diet plans, although you may want to use portion control because tomatoes and avocados both have some carbs.
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