I sometimes serve the fish wrapped in lettuce instead of tortillas. Either way, the mango salsa tastes amazing with grilled halibut. This warm-weather favorite is quick, colorful and full of nutrients. —Kristin Kossak, Bozeman, Montana
My family loves this dish so much I think they’d eat it every day! I like it because it’s wholesome, low in calories and delicious. I refrigerate the salsa about four hours ahead of time so the flavors can blend.—Patricia Nieh, Portola Vally, California
"This is a different twist on tilapia that I created for my wife. She enjoyed the combination of mango with the Parmesan. There's nothing like eating this out on the deck with a cold glass of iced tea." Gregg May - Columbus, OH
Angling for a healthy way to prepare seafood, our Test Kitchen came up with a recipe for halibut with a tropical twist. Grilled to tender perfection, the fillets stay moist with a light coating of lemon and oil. They're topped with a fruity salsa of emerald kiwifruit, golden mango and red peppers for an eye-catching presentation.
This beautiful marinaded pork is topped with a fruity salsa of emerald kiwifruit, golden mango and red peppers for an eye-catching presentation. It is pretty enough to serve to guests.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
“When the weather gets warmer, I inevitably want to move the party outside, and get me away from the hot stove. This is such a fun, light dish that's full of flavor.” -Heather Kenney, Arlington, Virginia
When we barbecue, we like to wow our guests, so dogs and burgers are out! We make tuna skewers topped with salsa—the perfect easy recipe. My five kids like to help me put them together. —Jennifer Ingersoll, Herndon, Virginia
A fruity dressing zip drapes this zippy salad from Jackie Pressinger of Stuart, Florida. Served on a bed of greens, the scrumptious combination of grilled seafood, veggies and macadamia nuts is the perfect way to celebrate a special summer occasion.
“This is a citrusy treat for the grill; it's very easy to prepare and absolutely delicious. And best? It's a very healthy kabob for your summer picnics and family get-togethers.” —Edie DeSpain of West Logan, Utah