This month's Can It Up! ingredient was frozen fruit. I was hoping to find something really fun in the freezer section, but alas the most exotic fruit I found was pineapple, so that is what I went with. I didn't want to make another jam, so I poked around the internet for a recipe that used pineapple, wasn't jam, and I had all the ingredients I needed in the house. I came across this recipe for Pineapple Salsa, and thought it sounded good.
A few months before we moved to New Mexico, a burrito place called El Diablo Burrito opened. They made some AMAZING burritos, among other things. They also had a pineapple sals that I loved, and always ordered in my burrito. I was hoping this recipe would be similar to that salsa, and it is! I am so excited and now wish I hadn't done a "small batch". Guess I'll just have to make more. I really liked this recipe because only takes a few minutes to chop everything up, a few more minutes to heat it up, then the processing time (which really took the longest).
I whipped this up tonight, canned three jars, and used the left overs on our dinner. The pineapple salsa is Colin approved :)