We're on kind of a "Stevenson Family Get Healthy" plan. We fell off the exercise and eat-right wagon the closer we got to the wedding and the more time became crunched. Going to the gym became less of an option and more of a joke. Taco Casa became a very real dinner option multiple nights in a week. And heaven knows we ate a TON on our honeymoon.
So now that things have (mostly) settled down, it's time to get back into shape, and a big part of that involves eating healthily. One of our favorite healthy treats is a recipe from the mother of one of the girls I used to work with at my church's youth group. She's now a rising senior at Alabama, but at her high school graduation party three years ago her mother made this salsa. I asked for the recipe immediately, and have made it many, many times in the last three years.
A lot of times we serve it atop meat (usually fish), although it makes a fantastic side dish on its own. I think it's best with blue corn tortilla chips, but it's really good with just about anything. It's great to take to a party or cookout because it looks and tastes SO impressive, but it's really easy. Plus, it's light and great for summer. Make this, and you won't be sorry!
Bethann's Mom's Mango Salsa
2 ripe mangos, diced
1/2 cup sweet onion (I used Vidalia)
1 jalapeno, diced very finely
1/4 cup sweet mint, chopped
1/4 cup cilantro chopped
juice from 2 limes
Mix. Eat. Enjoy. Repeat.