Tropical Fruit Salad (fresh,V,RV,Paleo,SG,GF,LC) -click more for recipe
[[MORE]]Yellow– mango, star fruit
Red/ pink– strawberries, raspberries, goji berries (rehydrated)
Orange– papaya, oranges, cantaloupe
Blue/ Violet/Black– blueberries, blackberries
White– dragonfruit, logan/ lychee
Green–  kiwi, honeydew melon
Almond Citrus Sauce
3-4 tablespoons smooth almond butter
1 tablespoon agave nectar or honey
2 tablespoon Meyer lemon juice or lime juice
1/2 cup orange juice
pinch of sea salt
Water if needed to thin out
 Garnishes
sliced toasted almonds
-goji berries
-few thyme leaves
-sesame seeds
Directions
1. In a bowl whisk all the ingredients to a smooth sauce adding more orange juice or water if needed. Alternately, in a  tightly fitted glass jar add all the ingredients and shake vigorously till well blended. I prefer the latter method ( saves cleaning). Stays well for a week refrigerated. Makes about 1 cup of sauce.
2. Wash clean all the fruits.
3. If you have any fancy chopping or carving tool, now is a time to get it out and use it.
4. Cut and prepare the fruits. Garnish. Drizzle the sauce if desired or serve on the side.

- See more at: http://www.olivenginger.com/tropical-fruit-salad-with-almond-citrus-sauce/#sthash.mvYMTcod.dpuf

Tropical Fruit Salad (fresh,V,RV,Paleo,SG,GF,LC) -click more for recipe

Yellow– mango, star fruit

Red/ pink– strawberries, raspberries, goji berries (rehydrated)

Orange– papaya, oranges, cantaloupe

Blue/ Violet/Black– blueberries, blackberries

White– dragonfruit, logan/ lychee

Green–  kiwi, honeydew melon

Almond Citrus Sauce

3-4 tablespoons smooth almond butter

1 tablespoon agave nectar or honey

2 tablespoon Meyer lemon juice or lime juice

1/2 cup orange juice

pinch of sea salt

Water if needed to thin out

 Garnishes

sliced toasted almonds

-goji berries

-few thyme leaves

-sesame seeds

Directions

1. In a bowl whisk all the ingredients to a smooth sauce adding more orange juice or water if needed. Alternately, in a  tightly fitted glass jar add all the ingredients and shake vigorously till well blended. I prefer the latter method ( saves cleaning). Stays well for a week refrigerated. Makes about 1 cup of sauce.

2. Wash clean all the fruits.

3. If you have any fancy chopping or carving tool, now is a time to get it out and use it.

4. Cut and prepare the fruits. Garnish. Drizzle the sauce if desired or serve on the side.

- See more at: http://www.olivenginger.com/tropical-fruit-salad-with-almond-citrus-sauce/#sthash.mvYMTcod.dpuf

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