This is so delicious. SO so delicious. The best part is, I don't feel bad about eating the entire bowl myself!
Now some fruit salsa's can be made with finely chopped red onion and green pepper. That makes a good tasting salsa too. But I tend to make a version with JUST fruit-basically because I don't want to bother mincing up anything else.
You can put whatever fruits in your salsa that you like. The more the merrier.
The one pictured above is blackberries, pinepple, strawberries, and peaches. It stopped there because that is all I had on hand.
Then I add about 2 T. honey and stir to coat. You can add more or less, or none at all.
This can be let to sit overnight, but you will notice there will be lots more juices.
To make the cinnamon sugar tortillas...
You'll need: tortilla wraps
1 cup sugar
1 T. cinnamon
About 1 T butter, softened per tortilla
Mix cinnamon and sugar.
Put two tortillas side by side on a cookie sheet and slather with butter using a pastry brush.
Heartily and Generously sprinkle cinnamon sugar on them.
Slice, as you would a pizza, using a pizza cutter.
Bake at 400 from 5-10 minutes or better said... when the cinnamon sugar begins to crystalize and the tortillas look hard. These overbake FAST-so don't go far away and keep checking on them.
Let the chips cool and then, chow down. Make lots-they go fast!