Zesty Low Sodium Black Bean Corn and Mango Salsa

 

 

 

 

Who doesn’t love salsa and I am not talking only about the dance !  When you want something light, easy, but packed with flavor… think salsa . Salsa adds loads of flavor, jazzing up just about everything. Eat it with chips or use it to jazz up your everyday chicken or pork dish. My black bean, corn and mango salsa is a hot favorite in our home. I sometimes use diced peaches instead of mango and I  find using a manual food processor makes a nice chunky salsa. My kids come home from school and eat it with pita chips … mmm healthy snack. A little while back I tried creating this  dish as a taste snack for a low sodium workshop.  I ditched the salt and used Mrs Dash( a salt free substitute made with herbs)  and the flavor was simply amazing. It tasted better than the salsa with salt. Ever since that succesful experiment I make my salsa low sodium. Big Win for my family who still love it and don’t have a clue that I ditched the salt. The trick to this recipe  is  using strong flavors like lots of lemon juice and Mrs Dash. I love Mrs Dash and will one day dedicate a post just for her 🙂  I used the garlic herb blend in this recipe but you can use any kind that you like.  If you need to, add a little bit of salt and it will still be a low sodium salsa . Ditch the salt and use Mrs Dash. If you would like some tips on shaking the salt habit and creative ways to use less sodium , read my previous post . I also have another great low sodium cauliflower popcorn recipe flavored with Mrs Dash !

 

 

 

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 Sodium is just 10 mg/serving  which  makes it a super low sodium dish !!

Read labels ! Very important when you are watching sodium.

Pair the feisty salsa with home-baked pita chips for a lip smacking healthy treat ! 

Cut up and bake whole grain pita bread at 350 degrees for 6-8 minutes. Dust some olive oil and seasoning on pita before baking if desired.

About Sunithi Selvaraj, RD

Registered Dietitian with a sweet tooth and a passion for eating healthy ( quite a combo) Nutrition Geek, Healthy Nut.........

Comments

  1. This recipe of yours is very healthy. This is perfect for children. 🙂

  2. looks yummy. so healthy! will try to prepare this!

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