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Grape and Cucumber Salsa

Grape Cucumber Salsa

You may have previously heard of Summer in a Cup. Tonight I present Summer on a Chip, aka Grape and Cucumber Salsa. This is one of the two recipes I usually make when I’m invited to a friend’s house for a Summer cookout. Since I was making my first batch of the season this afternoon, to bring to (you guessed it) a friend’s house for a Summer cookout, I thought I’d share a virtual batch of it here as well. Grab a chip and dig in!


1 teaspoon
1 tablespoon
2 tablespoons
1/4 teaspoon
English cucumber — peeled
Yellow onion
Green grapes — seedless
Red grapes — seedless
Jalapenos — from a jar
Lime juice


  1. Cut cucumber and onion into large chunks and process in the food processor for 5-10 seconds.
  2. Add all remaining ingredients to the bowl and process on pulse 6-8 times until finely chopped.
  3. Cover and chill at least one hour.

Recipe By :Lisa Clarke, adapted from a recipe in Cooking Light‘s “Grapes” Article of Summer 2002
Weight Watchers Points: 1 per 1/2-cup serving


  • It’s great with tortilla chips and is supposed to be good with grilled chicken, although we haven’t had it that way.
  • This makes for a very mild salsa. I usually increase the jalepenos for more of a bite.


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3 thoughts on “Grape and Cucumber Salsa

  1. That sounds really delicious. I’ve never heard of salsa using those ingredients.

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