But thissalad isn’t just tropical fruit, which would be delicious but not completely paradisiacal. But first, start with the possibility of being whisked away to paradise with thisTropical Winter Fruit Salad with CaramelizedCashews, andMarzetti Simply Dressed PomegranateVinaigrette
good thing the hubby and I areheading into the mountains to go campingthisweekend. I like to serve this right awaybecause then each fruit keeps its texture andflavor, and the ginger retainsa bit of its sharp bite
This is my current salad obsession and I’ve been making it weekly for the past couple of months. The first many times I madethiskalesalad with creamycashew dressing, I used orange juice for my sweet component, but the last time I sadly found myself with none on hand, so I substituted maple syrup, using abouta third of the amount since it is sweeter and I can’tsay which I like better as they’re both delicious
If you havegrabbed some of the lastpeaches of the seasonthisweekend, perhaps to try your handatthispeach buttermilk sherbet, or perhapsthispeachlavendercustard I posted a couple of yearsago, thissalad is perfect for those few ripe peaches left over
), I could picture exactly how I wantedthis to go, exactlywhat I wanted to eat next … thatawesome fruit dip could be turned into amagnificentlycreamy dressing for a fruit, nut andheartywhole-grainsalad
Being anIndian I take pride andcommemoratethisoccasion with a tricolored fruit saladasa symbol or memory of three varnnapathaka/ tricolor IndianFlag such assaffron( CourageandSacrifice), white (Purity and Truth), green (growth andauspiciousness)
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When what I reallywant to be doing is baking cookies and other yummy things, taking more time to paintanddraw, reallylearnaboutphotography, cook during the day when it's sunny out, or maybe own a cute little pink and white bakery where I canweara fluffy apronand tempt people with treatsallday