I can’t believe I haven’t made anything with peaches yet! I wanted to make a roasted peach dessert, but decided to make this salsa instead. I’m sure that doesn’t come as much of a surprise, considering I’m on a Mexican food-making kick lately. I’m glad I changed my mind, though, as the salsa was incredible! I loved the sweetness of the peaches paired with the spiciness of the Serrano peppers. Serve the salsa with tortilla chips or on top of grilled chicken breasts.
Last week, my mom and I decided to make a variety of tapas for dinner since it was just the two of us—our meal turned into more of a smörgåsbord. After cooking three dishes, we concluded the meal with a quick and sweet dessert. My mom and her friend continually rave about a peach dessert they made in South Carolina about a month ago, so we decided on this dish. We bought peaches from the market three different times before we finally made the dessert (oops).
Unfortunately, we did not have access to the fresh Georgia peaches like they did in South Carolina, but nonetheless, the peaches we used were juicy and ripened to perfection. But now that I’m thinking about it, I wouldn’t mind taking a quick trip to Georgia just to bite into one of its succulent and sweet peaches. I’m sure it would boost the flavor of this dessert tenfold.