Grilled Chipotle Peach Salsa
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Grilled Chipotle Peach Salsa Recipe – A fresh spicy-sweet fruit salsa recipe perfect for dipping with chips. Spoon peach salsa over fish or chicken for a perky topping!
Tasty Fruit Appetizer
Here starts the true confessions segment… There are foods I make from scratch and foods I buy pre-made.
I never make sushi, I always buy it. I know, I know… It’s easy to make. Yet that doesn’t stop me from wanting someone else to roll it for me.
I almost never make ribs. Takeout ribs from our favorite local barbecue joint are so darn good!
I do not make my own salty crackers, graham crackers, or animal crackers. Although I’m very impressed by people who do. I have favorite boxed brands, and just don’t have the time required.
I almost never roast a chicken. Grocery store rotisserie chickens all the way, baby.
Fresh Peach Salsa Recipe
Whew! Now that that’s over, there are things others buy pre-made that I try my best to always make from scratch. I guess we all have our foods we’re particular about.
This time of year, when there is fresh produce in season everywhere I look, I’ve got to make the most of it.
Grilled Chipotle Peach Salsa is the perfect place to start. It’s a dip, it’s a sauce, heck who am I kidding… I eat it right out of the jar with a spoon.
Grilling peaches release their natural sweetness and add a smoky essence. Grilled peaches are amazing on their own, but combined with charred garden veggies and spicy heat, they really shine.
How To Make This Easy Peach Salsa
- 6 firm, ripe peaches
- 2 shallots, peeled
- 1 red bell pepper, seeds removed
- 2 teaspoons oil
- 1 clove garlic (large), minced
- 1-2 chipotle peppers, canned in adobo sauce
- 2 tablespoons chopped cilantro
- 1 lime
- 1 tablespoons honey, if needed
- Salt and pepper
Preheat the grill to medium. Cut each peach into 4 thick slices. Cut the shallots in half and the pepper in quarters. Lay the peaches, shallots, and peppers on a baking sheet and toss with a little oil.
Carefully place the peaches, shallots, and peppers on the grill. Grill the peaches 1-2 minutes per side until nice grill marks have formed, but the peaches are still firm. Grill the shallots and pepper for 2-4 minutes per side. Remove and cool.
Chop the peaches, shallots, and peppers into small 1/4-inch chunks and place them in a bowl.
Mince the chipotle peppers, then add them to the bowl along with the minced garlic, cilantro, the juice of 1 lime, and honey.
Mix well and salt and pepper to taste. For a “saucier” salsa, puree half the peaches with the lime juice then, mix with the rest.
Enjoy this condiment with your favorite tortilla chips or on your favorite tacos.
Get the Complete (Printable) Chipotle Grilled Peach Salsa Recipe Below. Enjoy!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Can I Store This Salsa in The Fridge?
You can store this peach recipe in the refrigerator in an airtight container (like a mason jar) for 5 to 7 days.
Can I Freeze This Salsa?
Yes, you can store this salsa in the freezer for up to 3 months in an airtight container. Although you should keep in mind that the thawing of this salsa could make it softer in consistency than the fresh peaches recipe.
More Summer Salsas/Dips Worth Making
- Creamy Salsa Verde
- The Best Tomato Salsa
- Strawberry Habanero Salsa
- Fresh Mango Salsa
- Watermelon Salsa From Reluctant Entertainer
- Jalapeño Pineapple Salsa From Barefeet In The Kitchen
- Chesapeake Salsa Form A Family Feast
Check out the printable recipe below for the nutritional information including calories, carbohydrates, protein, saturated fat, sodium, potassium, fiber, and vitamin c percentages.
Grilled Chipotle Peach Salsa
- Preheat the grill to medium. Cut each peach into 4 thick slices. Cut the shallots in half and the pepper in quarters. Lay the peaches, shallots and peppers on a baking sheets and toss with a little oil.
- Carefully place the peaches, shallots and peppers on the grill. Grill the peaches 1-2 minutes per side until nice grill marks have formed, but the peaches are still firm. Grill the shallots and pepper 2-4 minutes per side. Remove and cool.
- Chop the peaches, shallots and peppers into small 1/4-inch chunks and place them in a bowl.
- Mince the chipotle peppers, then add them to the bowl along with the minced garlic, cilantro, the juice of 1 lime and honey.
- Mix well and salt and pepper to taste. For a “saucier” salsa, puree half the peaches with the lime juice then, mix with the rest.
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Really this would be special and great grilled chipotle peach salsa recipe, Sommer! Love healthy food! Thanks for sharing!
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This grilled chipotle peach salsa absolutely something new for me! Looks yummy! I’m also gonna pin this post on my Pinterest board my followers will love it. Thx for sharing recipe Sommer, i definitely add it to my cookbook!
What a great salsa, I’m ready to start dipping!
Peaches grilled are one of my favorite summer foods! We make this thickened balsamic reduction stuff on the stove to pour on them, and heaven is achieved. :) I did a little happy dance in my chair because this not only sounds delicious, but there are not tomatoes in sight! I am allergic to those little red balls and cannot have most salsas.
Thanks for the fun recipe!
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This salsa sounds really delicious. I’m going to have to make this :)
Your resource is actually very informative. Many thanks for that.
the salsa looks so good I could eat it off the screen. I have some plums in the refrigerator. I know what I am doing with them. Thanks for the inspiration. It will be great with my brisket tomorrow night.
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Love your photos!! and now I want to make your peach salsa!
Sommer, fruit salsas are a favorite in the summer, and this Grilled Peach Chipotle Salsa sounds super summery!
Nice looking salsa you got there. Bet it taste wonderful on grilled fish!!
PS – and you must roast a chicken…. an organic, free range, beautiful chicken. You will be shocked at the difference in flavour.
The combination of flavours in this recipe is brilliant. The photograph in the dish you chose is stunning!
What a healthy burst of lush summer! I cannot wait to make this. Fresh peaches will be in season in about a week here… well, from BC.
This looks a-m-a-z-i-n-g! I was just thinking the other day that I need to make some fruit salsa this weekend actually…I was thinking mango or pineapple, but you’ve changed my mind! Peach it is!!!
A great salasa! So fresh, summery and delicious. That combo is dreamlike.
Sorry, I meant “salsa”! ;-P
wow awesome salsa great recipe for in season peaches
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This looks amazing! I stumbled onto your blog today and I am loving it. I just subscribed. :) My won’t buy and always buy list is almost identical to yours. Although, making salsa is not on mine at all. I’m going to try it this year though.
This salsa sounds sensational. I’ve made a fruit salsa using kiwi before, which sort of reminded me of food in Miami.
It’s funny reading about the things that you never make and that you always do. I’m impressed that you make all your own jams and breads. We race through that stuff, so I’d be in the kitchen all the time!
I just love peachy toppings. My mom makes a fabulous Summer Peach Relish that she slathers on Bourbon & Molasses-marinated Steak It’s to-die-for.
Sommer I love this salsa!! I have a huge bowl of peaches on my counter begging to be grilled! love the festive bowl!
I have to admit that I’ve never grilled a peach- something new that I want to try!
I love your salsa, it’s so pretty in the bowl;-)
Oh, love this Sommer! It looks amazing and I can just imagine how well peaches and chipotle go together.
Wow does that look fantastic. I cannot wait to try it. I am posting an awesome salsa recipe this week too. Check it out on Thursday.
Grilling those peaches first is such a fantastic idea. That salsa has my mouth watering!
Your confessions cracked me up! And this salsa looks amazing…can’t wait to try it!
I agree with never making sush! I leave that to the experts who present gorgeous plates of sushi rolls adorned with artfully cut veggies and orchids lining my plate! It’s a whole eating experience that I have no desire to compete with or even try!! But for salsa, yes, of course, I’m all about the freshness and combining the flavors I like. This is a great recipe; so vibrant and healthy looking!!
This sounds so delicious and summery! Yum.
I hope you had a wonderful Fourth…
Grilled peaches are the best! I’m loving this salsa.
We just made some amazing mango salsa tonight and this looks equally as good! Thank you for sharing with me, my dear friend. You brought a smile to my face. I hope you had a lovely 4th of July. Hugs from Austin!
Have to confess, I never make my own salsa. But peaches are piling up on the counter as we speak!
You have a way with the grill, lady, love the marks on the peaches! :)
This is the perfect summer salsa! This is a definate must make!
Sommer, what a perfect fruit salsa! I love all of your admissions on what you make and do not make, there are just not enough hours in the day to make everything….and I honestly don’t think I would ever want to make my own crackers….but for those that do, I am in awe!
I have to try grilling the peaches next time I make a fruit salsa!
Hot mama, that looks delicious! I could definitely rock that at a weekend grill party :)
I am so with you on the salty crackers, graham crackers, animal crackers and cheese. I do however love a roasted chicken and don’t think the store bought ones are as good. Never done turkey or quail though! This salsa looks awesome! Happy 4th!
Awesome….thank goodness you came out and confessed…now I don’t feel so bad about not roasting my own chicken… or making my own sushi… or using ready made pizza dough….or… ;))
The salsa sounds great… I love grilled peaches so I can only imagine how tasty this is!
This is great and I like the colors!
So deliciously beautiful! I have grilled peaches for dessert, but now I know something else I can do with them. Thanks!
Heck, if it’s done better, or just as good, bought boxed, I’m all for curbing time, but man, please send me a Jar of this via international air express!
Your Peach Salsa is absolutely beautiful.
our peppers haven’t started producing yet, and I refuse to give an arm and a leg for them, but I did just buy some organic peaches, so I’m going to take your cue & roast some to add some panache to a store-bought salsa. thanks for the idea, Spicy, and wish me luck!!
wow that’s a totally summery and vibrant salsa! I just love it!
This is beautiful. I think I shall now shut up and salsa – the Grilled Peach Chipotle type – although it looks so fabulous that I’ll probably burst into spontaneous dance having tasted it. :)
The color of this is gorgeous! The spicy-sweet combination of this would be perfect on top of fish or chicken.
I love fruit salsas and this sounds delicious. Love the addition of chipotle. We won’t have Colorado peaches for another 6 weeks and this is be on the list of things to make once they hit the markets.
What a delicacy! This looks so much better then any salsa I have ever seen!
Great lists of what you do and do not make from scratch. And I certainly agree with you about salsa. Yours is SO enticing….love that the peaches are grilled. Wonderful, Sommer!!!
This is fantastic! Just what I wanted to see. Got a whole lot of peaches yesterday with chutney in mind but somewhere I’m going to try this too.