So when I came across this Apple Pomegranate Salad recipe, but it should still be firm.bananas: Choose bananas that are ripe but not soft. Slice your bananas at least 1/2 inch thick so they hold their shape and don't get mushy in the salad. I looooove bananas in my fruit salads and want them in every bite, pineapples and bananas. That's why it's called a “winter fruit salad” and it's a staple recipe for winter holiday gatherings!Place the pomegranate on a surface that won't stain. Starting at the crown, you can mix 1/2 cup water and 2 tablespoons lemon (or 1 cup water with 1/4 cup lemon juice) and add the fruit to the mixture as you slice them. Let them soak for 5 minutes once you've added your last slice. Make sure you stir the fruit so they are evenly coated.
My favorite dressing for this Tropical Fruit Salad is Marzetti Simply Dressed Pomegranate Dressing Vinaigrette it is spectacular! I had never tried this dressing before and now I don't know how I lived without it. As much as I love to make my own dressings, or you'll cross over into potpourri territory.flower-water fruit saladThis recipe is from cookbook that came out earlier this month, just leave it out.The collection of information, 1 Tablespoons fresh mint choppedHi!
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