A salsa is a great companion to grilled meat. Something sweet, something lemony and, if you like, add some chili for some heat.
It takes only a couple of minutes to make, and it soooo good! What more could you wish for?
- Peel the apple and cut into cubes, half a centimeter on each side. If some are bigger and some smaller - it doesn’t matter. It just adds to the rustic feeling. Just make sure you’ve removed the seeds.
- Squeeze the juice out of the lime and pour it over the apples so they don’t turn brown.
- Peel and deseed the papaya and cut it into cubes, the same size as the apple.
- Chop the shallot into so tiny pieces you almost can’t see them.
- Coarsely chop the coriander leafs and mix them in with the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.
- Add the oil and season with salt.
- Let it rest for a couple of minutes, preferably at least half an hour.
Serve with any kind of grilled meat, or why not to meat tacos?