This salad looks beautiful, doesn't it? But we promise it tastes even better! It's fresh, it's delicious, and it's incredibly easy to make! Don't we all just love no-cook recipes? This happens to be the third salad in our #30DaysOfSalad series.
So we're back again with a new salad recipe for you guys. Fruit salads is something that adults and kids both enjoy, and it doesn't hurt that most of them are so beautiful to look at. This salad has the ideal combination of citrus, sweet and fresh minty flavors!
It takes 10 minutes tops to make and rich in so many nutrients! Which reminds us, don't forget to check out the nutrition label at the end of each of our recipes. It'll give you a good estimate of the nutrients you're consuming and that's always something great to know. We have loads of plans for this blog and to make it even more educational and informational for all of you.
This is the third salad in our #30DaysOfSalad series and if you haven't checked out our Mexican Corn Salad recipe and Berry Salsa recipe, make sure to give it a try! We've made sure all the salads we'll include in this series are super easy yet incredibly delicious.
There's honestly nothing technical about this salad except that if you want to slice the oranges like we did in here in the pictures, make sure that you either have a super sharp knife or that you use a bread knife. Bread knives are so much more versatile than they seem! They're perfect for slices fruits and vegetables such as oranges and tomatoes (okay yes we know tomato is technically a fruit but you get the point, right?). A bread knife is definitely something you should get if you're looking into adding to your existing knife collection.
On a slightly different note, yay the weekend is finally here! Hope you all have a great (and healthy!) weekend! So lets finally get down with the recipe!
Pomegranate Orange Salad with Strawberries
This no-cook salad is not only beautiful to look at but delicious as well!
- 3 oranges - Sliced
- 1 pomegranate seeded
- 1 cup strawberries quartered
- juice of one orange
- one handful of mint leaves
- salt and pepper to taste
- Start off with slicing the orange into thin slices. It helps if you have a bread knife at hand.
- Quarter the strawberries and seed the pomegranate.
- Toss all ingredients together with some orange juice and mix well.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 120Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 79mgCarbohydrates: 29gFiber: 5gSugar: 21gProtein: 2g
Don't forget to come back tomorrow for a new salad recipe in our #30DaysOfSalad series!
This is the most beautiful salad I've ever seen!! Wonderful job 🙂
Rachel @ Simple Seasonal
The colors in this salad are beautiful, and I just love a touch of mint in fruit salads!
Jess | Dreaming of Leaving
This salad recipe looks so yummy that I just had to feature it in my "Sensational Summer Salads" roundup! Come check it out when you have a chance 🙂 xo https://dreamingofleaving.com/2016/05/10/sensational-summer-salads/
Hi Jess!! Thank you SO much for featuring our salad 😀 Just checked out your roundup and all the salads look absolutely beautiful and delicious. Commented there too 🙂 Definitely coming back to your blog for all the great posts!!
Made this yesterday my kids loved it and I was happy it was delicious I thought on the side with it to make chapatis and/or rice cooked in coconut milk then my daughter mentioned chapatis so made both with the rice. I’m from East Africa we have a lot of similar recipes and spices from India this was fun to make we also do slot of our curries with coconut milk just like with the rice and and certainl desserts. It’s definitely on the menu at home now! Thank you