How to make Blueberry Salsa, finally a savory blueberry recipe


I love Blueberry Salsa.

Which is a good thing, because I normally only love things that are bad for me (like chocolate covered pretzels and Taco Bell burritos). But lately I have been wanting blueberries in a non-sweet sort of way.

Jeffrey’s Blueberry Lobster Pot Pie was such a disaster (on last weeks episode of Next Food Network Star) that I felt challenged to make something savory with blueberries. By the way, I am going to Austin on the 17th for the Next Food Network Star casting. Wish me luck!

I made Grilled Chicken with a Blueberry Salsa. It was outstanding! The salsa has a whole jalapeno in it which gives it heat, but the blueberries and lime juice really tone down that heat. My blueberries were very tart, I think with some nice sweet blueberries this would taste even better. If you have blueberries laying around and you are tired of muffins, cobblers and pies, try out this salsa.

Blueberry Salsa

A Fresh & Easy Blueberry Salsa is sweet and tangy and perfect for summertime. It is a great accompaniment to chips, fish, or chicken. Use the remaining cup of blueberries to garnish the dish. Alternatively, you can omit the cilantro and heat up the salsa by simmering it in a small saucepan for 15 minutes. Here are some helpful tips for making a Fresh & Easy version of Blueberry Salad:
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Appetizer, Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 4 serves
Calories 176 kcal


  • Grill Jalapeno until nice and charred, about 5 minutes. Place in a Ziploc bag for 5 minutes so the pepper will steam and the charred pieces will be easy to remove. Chop up pepper, throw away seeds (or add if you want a LOT of heat!)
  • Puree 1 1/2 cups of the blueberries. You don't want to puree the berries so much that its liquid, but you don't want full berries either.
  • Add the jalapeno to the blueberry puree and add the rest of the ingredients.



Fresh & Easy Blueberry Salsa is the perfect summer snack. This salsa is low-carb, Whole30 compliant, and low-calorie. Its light and tart flavor is great with chips, seafood, and sandwiches. It also pairs well with grilled chicken. You can make the salsa according to your taste. However, the resulting sauce will taste better when it's refrigerated for at least two days.
Keyword blueberry

Tips and Tricks

Blueberry Salsa - Recipe Girl

For this salsa, you will need about a pint of blueberries. Cut the blueberries into small pieces and add them to the food processor. Puree in a food processor. Strain the mixture through a fine-mesh strainer. Taste and adjust seasonings to suit your taste. You can also sweeten the salsa by adding sugar. If you don’t like the taste of blueberries, add an extra handful of berries to the mixture and stir well.

When making a fruit salsa, use small, fresh blueberries and use lime juice as a substitute for tomatoes. If you prefer a more subtle taste, leave out the jalapeno seeds. You can use your favorite type of jalapeno or add more. Just be sure to serve the blueberry salsa the same day. It is great with tortilla chips. For the nutritional information, remember to omit the chips.

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For a refreshing, fruity dip, use a pint of fresh blueberries. Be sure they are ripe and juicy. You can use an apple to sweeten the blueberry salsa with a pinch of sugar. Alternatively, you can serve it with Ritz Crackers or tortilla chips. The possibilities are endless! The only thing you have to do is find a delicious, refreshing, and healthy recipe.

This fruity salsa recipe is a refreshing and healthy alternative to traditional tomato salsa. Instead of tomatoes, blueberries are a great alternative to tomato sauce. Simply chop and add a few blueberries, or you can use a combination of chopped berries. Then, add a few tablespoons of lemon juice. Then, add lime juice and stir well. Ideally, the mixture will have the consistency of a thick sauce.

Make the Blueberry Salsa ahead of time. The salsa will need to sit in the refrigerator. You can assemble the ingredients ahead of time and store them in a plastic container in the fridge. But it is best served the same day. This blueberry salsa is great with tortilla chips. You should also keep in mind that it has a lot of calories. This is a make-ahead recipe for a fruit salsa.

Mango Blueberry Salsa Recipe - Add a Pinch

This refreshing fruit salsa is an excellent choice for a summer snack. It’s low-carb and Whole30 compliant, and has a delightful blueberry flavor. The perfect summer accompaniment, the Blueberry Salsa is the perfect combination of flavors and texture. It pairs well with tortilla chips and fresh breads. For optimal results, you can serve it to your friends and family. Its shelf life is between two and three days.

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This fruit salsa is an easy make-ahead recipe. The salsa does need time to sit in the refrigerator. If you plan on serving it the next day, you can assemble it ahead of time and keep it in the fridge. It is best served the same day. Afterwards, you can enjoy the delicious and healthy blueberry salsa. The nutritional information provided above is for the salsa only. You may want to include some chips to serve this salsa.

A tasty and fresh fruit salsa, the Mango Blueberry Salsa is the perfect accompaniment to fish, chicken, or chips. Its flavor is sweet and tart, and is best served with tortilla chips. It can also be made ahead of time and can be served cold. It can be served cold or room temperature. If it is served warm, it can be refrigerated for at least two hours. If it’s a spicy, tangy salsa, it may need to be chilled first before serving.