Thursday, December 20, 2012

Fruit Salsa with Cinnamon Sugar Chips

2 Granny Smith apples, small dice to brunoise dice
1 ½ - 2 C strawberries, sliced or diced small*

1 small orange, zest and ¼ C juice
1 clementine or small tangerine, diced small + zest (optional)
1 kiwi, peeled and diced small*
clockwise from left:  jelly, orange zest, kiwi. apples, strawberries
1 T unsweetened fruit only jelly.  I used concord grape because that's what I had on hand.
⅓ C dried sweetened cranberries
1 t grapefruit juice or water or other liquid

Dump all the following into a bowl:
Dice apples and strawberries.
Zest orange 
Juice orange.  Add ¼ C.
Zest clementine and cut fruit into small pieces.
Very briefly heat the jelly to make it more liquid.  
Microwave cranberries and grapefruit juice or other liquid for @ 30 seconds.  Chop slightly.
Mix all.   

3-4 flour tortillas 
1 T granulated sugar
½ t cinnamon, ground
sugar + cinnamon

before baking

Mix sugar and cinnamon. 
Spritz tortillas with a little water (or use a brush).--not too wet!
Sprinkle the cinnamon sugar onto the dampened tortillas.  Spread if necessary.
Bake at 400º for @ 8 minutes.  They should be somewhat crispy but still ever so slightly flexible.  They will crisp more as they cool.  (I baked mine on a stone.  The time may need to be adjusted for other baking surfaces.  Note that oven temperatures may vary as well.) 

 I have served this on several occasions to rave reviews.
*If you cut the strawberries and kiwi too small, they may turn to mush.   

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photos by me © 2012


  1. Yum! Looks beautiful and delicious!

  2. I really want to try the cinnamon sugar chips! I love cinnamon.

  3. Oh yummy! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas my friend!
    xo Catherine

  4. Yum!

    My daughter made something similar for a salsa contest and won!

    You have some different ingredients, though, so I'm going to send her this festive little recipe!

    Thanks for linking.

    Hope your New Year is starting out excellently!



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