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Watermelon and mango salad is a colorful mix of fruits enriched with sugar, white wine and Maraschino to make a healthy and refreshing summer dish. It’s summer. Which means it’s HOT — unless you live in some frozen part of the world, in which case I’m really, really sorry. I, on the other hand, am here in Italy, sweltering in the summer sun. To combat the heat, I’m trying to give you recipes for food we can serve cold. When I think of cold food, salad is the first thing that comes to mind — but not just any salad; fruit salad, pasta salad, macaroni salad, potato salad, and of course regular garden salads and the like. I love all of the above. But my favorite salads always incorporate at least 2 or 3 kind of fruits, like this juicy watermelon and mango salad. Enjoy!
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Ah, spring and summer. It’s the time of year when I want to eat salad for (almost) every meal. I hate being stuck in the kitchen over a hot stove, so this chicken, mango and jalapeno salad is a great solution. It’s filling, flavorful and incredibly delicious. Chicken, mango and jalapeno salad is also the perfect salad to make when you have leftover chicken. Dice it up, toss it together with fresh veggies and mango, and then drizzle on a sweet-and-spicy dressing. The sweet. The spicy. The delicious blend of fresh flavors. That’s what you get with this very colorful recipe. It’s like a party on your plate. If you like your dressing with more heat, then add more jalapeño, which I always seem to do! Otherwise, this recipe offers a nice balance of sweet and spicy with each bite. It’s the perfect complement to fresh veggies, mango and chicken.
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Today is ALL about Paleo for performance and flavoring responsibly. Foods designed to fuel your athletic performance have an ugly reputation for being either chock FULL of scary, non-food ingredients or they’re bland, monotonous, uninspired, etc. Now, back to this scrumptious mango and jalapeno dressing. This recipe is straight out of Steph Gaudreau’s new book and I have to admit that while I knew it’d be delicious, I was totally surprised by HOW delicious it turned out. It’s got just a little sweet from the mango (I used frozen), some balanced heat from the jalapeno (leave out the seeds if you’re sensitive to spice), and some awesome zest from the lime juice + fish sauce. I was amazed and immediately started dunking everything in site in its green goodness. Cool and spicy, this mango and jalapeno dressing is great over fish tacos or chicken tostadas. Brush on prawns and pineapple kabobs, or grilled fish, chicken or pork. Toss into a jicama, avocado and red onion salad. Dip corn chips or sour dough bread.
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This tropical fruit salad, made with fresh papaya, mango, pineapple, bananas and grated coconut is the best tasting fruit salad… EVER!! It makes a great big bowl, big enough to feed a crowd so it’s perfect to bring to a picnic, potluck or to serve at a backyard BBQ. This is easy enough for anyone to make – if you can use a knife, you can make this salad. The bananas are added just before serving so they don’t turn brown. Tropical fruit salad is the perfect dessert because it’s all natural, made with nothing but fruit – it doesn’t get cleaner than that! Fruit salad is naturally low-fat, low-sodium, gluten-free, vegan, paleo friendly, clean-eating dish you can serve for brunch, snack or dessert. Yes, there is sugar in fruit, but it’s natural and unprocessed, and loaded with vitamins, antioxidants, phytonutrients and fiber. Unless you have to watch your sugar for health reason, the USDA suggests you eat about 1-1/2 to 2 cups of fruit a day.
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Looking for a healthier alternative to ice cream? Try these fresh mango and yogurt popsicles, everyone will love them! The combination of mango and yogurt is really delicious, it will make you want to eat more than just one popsicle and in the end you can, considering these pops are quite healthy. I used some strange molds to prepare these mango and yogurt popsicles, I love them when I first saw them so I thought I’d buy them and try them out immediately. Such popsicles are also a great way to use up that fruit that’s almost past it’s peak, plus they are so easy to make, as you only need 2 ingredients: mango pulp and yogurt, nothing else. I would prefer using fresh mangoes as they taste amazing but for this recipe you can use canned ones, if they are not in season. The vanilla gives a nice taste to these popsicles so in case you are using plain yogurt, add 1/2 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract to it.
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