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    Qdoba Brings Back Fan-Favorite Mango Salsa for Summer

  • Industry News April 25, 2018
    Qdoba
    Qdoba's Chicken Mango Salad.

    Qdoba Mexican Eats announced the return of fan favorite Mango Salsa for a limited time this summer. Offering a refreshing flavor, Qdoba’s Mango Salsa combines mangoes, red bell peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, jalapeños, cilantro and lime juice. The perfect tropical topping to burritos, burrito bowls, salads or tacos, Mango Salsa can be added to any Qdoba entrée for free.

    "Our Mango Salsa is made with real ingredients and is prepared in our restaurants’ kitchens every day,” says Jill Adams, vice president of marketing at Qdoba. “Sure, it would be easier for our restaurant teams to get all the ingredients for Mango Salsa pre-chopped and from a can, but that would mean compromising freshness and flavor – two components we’ll never sacrifice when it comes to our food.”

    Mango Salsa can also be enjoyed on Qdoba’s latest chef-inspired dish—the new Chicken Mango Salad. Served in a crispy flour tortilla shell that’s fried in-restaurant, this salad is made with hand-chopped Romaine lettuce, grilled adobo chicken, tropical Mango Salsa and a drizzle of homemade cilantro-lime dressing.

    “Our culinary team handcrafts our chef-inspired dishes based on what ingredients they think will offer the best flavor combinations,” continues Adams. “For example, when they were developing Chicken Mango Salad, the team liked how the sweetness of the mangoes and bold flavor of the bell peppers paired with the subtle heat of our grilled adobo chicken. With the addition of the crisp cucumbers and the cilantro-lime dressing, this salad balances a range of fresh flavors and textures. We can’t wait for our guests to try it.”

    Like summer, guests are encouraged to enjoy Mango Salsa and the Chicken Mango Salad at participating locations, before it says adios. Qdoba has more than 740 restaurants across the United States and in Canada.

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