Watermelon Fire and Ice Salsa

Reviews (5)
Have Made It

This salsa has a cool side to it with some watermelon, but then heats up your mouth with some jalapeno peppers!

Watch the recipe video below.

  • Yields

    3 cups or 3 servings



  1. Combine ingredients; mix well and cover. Refrigerate 1 hour or more.

Recipe Video

Nutritional Facts

Serving size
1 cup
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Lisa Lauer

This recipe was a huge hit with school foodservice staff at culinary skills training classes.


This is a wonderful addition to my recipe repertoire! With every bite I still can’t believe it doesn’t have tomatoes in it! My nephew introduced us to it this summer and it’s been a hit every time I’ve made it since. I added some Old Bay hot sauce, about 2 teaspoons and some toasted cumin seeds about 1 teaspoon.

Watermelon Board

Love the additions to kick the “fire” up!

Linda Christie

This is the freshest idea for salsa. 💃 Ad I can’t eat pepper’s ( green or hot), there was substitute ingredients. Red peppers and yellow. More green onions & chopped tomatoes 🍅 too. Just a wonderful combination 👌🏼♥️

Jessie Anderson

I made this Salsa years ago for a get together, and misplaced the recipe. I’m so glad to find it again. It was definitely a hit!