You cannot add in more peppers, but you can substitute the type of peppers. Directions. Also prepare red onion, jalapenos, bell pepper so all the vegetable and fruit are ready to go into the pot. Start by roasting the tomatoes, jalapeños, and sweet onion. In a large saucepan, bring 8 cups water to a boil. The habanero pineapple salsa is a bit spicy but perfect for pork tacos al pastor, grilled fish or meats or even to eat with chips as an appetizer.This is a summery recipe is very easy to make and has few ingredients. 2 mangoes pitted and cut in 1/4” cubes or smaller. This salsa is SUPER easy. The best compliment to the sweet pineapple. Using knife cut pineapple and cut into small dice. Prepare 6 half pint jars or 3 pints in hot water. Drain and immediately place tomatoes in ice water. Salt: Kosher is a good choice. This salsa recipe for canning uses 2 1/2 cups of chopped bell peppers along with 3-4 medium jalapeños. 1 cucumber seeded and cut in 1/4” cubes or smaller. Add tomatoes, a few at a time; boil 30 seconds. Pineapple: Sweet, sweet, sweet! ½ a pineapple cut in 1/4” cubes or smaller. A habanero pineapple salsa for summertime meals! Fresh or canned both work well. Instructions. Cilantro: Gives the salsa a wonderful fresh flavor. If you want more heat, then I recommend subbing in some of the chopped bell peppers for spicier peppers. Habanero Pineapple Salsa a Sun-Kissed Recipe. DIRECTIONS. Habaneros: Spicy, spicy, spicy!