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Kale and Fruit Salad with Almond Citrus Dressing


Kale and Fruit Salad with Almond Citrus Dressing

Serves: 2

Category: Salads, Dressings, Dips and Sauces
Author: Davol Tedder
Tags: Kid-Friendly

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Rated by: 10 members

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A must-try salad dressing! It perfectly complements this fruity kale salad and works well with any combination of leafy greens.

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Ingredients:

For the Dressing:
1/4 cup raw almonds
2 oranges, juiced
2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar
6 large chunks fresh pineapple
For the Salad:
6 leaves curly green kale, finely chopped
1 apple, chopped
1 cup red grapes, whole or sliced
1 cup fresh mango chunks

Instructions:

Combine the dressing ingredients in a high-powered blender.

Toss desired amount of dressing with the salad ingredients. Leftover dressing can be refrigerated for another use.

Calories 397; Protein 11 g; Carbohydrates 74 g; Sugars 47 g; Total Fat 11.3 g; Saturated Fat 1 g; Cholesterol 0 mg; Sodium 67 mg; Fiber 9.9 g; Beta-Carotene 12995 ug; Vitamin C 268 mg; Calcium 265 mg; Iron 3.8 mg; Folate 121 ug; Magnesium 130 mg; Potassium 1319 mg; Zinc 1.4 mg; Selenium 2.5 ug

Comments (9):

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pattiloybarnes

01/11/2014 08:46 AM

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I have never made a salad dressing (except ranch). Please tell me what it means when you say 2 oranges, juiced. Do you squeeze the juice out and not use the orange, or what? Thanks! I really want to try this recipe!

sherowe

01/12/2014 04:30 PM

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Exactly. Squeeze the juice from two oranges and use that juice in the dressing.

GULLY

01/12/2014 11:50 PM

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Easy to make! Instead of juicing the 2 oranges, I threw in some canned and peeled mandarin oranges (without the syrup) into the blender. Also, I didn't have almonds, so I used cashews instead. It was a very satisfying salad, as I was very hungry... I would not have guessed that kale would taste so good with fruit but it tasted really refreshingly good!

ScaifeAJ

01/15/2014 04:38 PM

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I must say this was a wonderful salad. I too had my reservations with kale in a salad but it turned out great. Although my wife would like to use mixed greens next time, she's not that big of a fan of kale as I am raw like this. Either way, this is my new favorite salad.

VERONIQUE

01/20/2014 08:05 AM

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This is a delicious kale salad. I omitted the pineapple only because I forgot to buy it. But otherwise the recipe was made for my husband and I as listed. We have extra of the yummy dressing left over for our other salads since that's the only part I did not cut in half. Great find!

lorirosern

01/25/2014 01:10 PM

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I'm a new member of Dr. Fuhrman and I'm excited to try all these wonderful recipes. I love kale and this recipe tasted great!

Liz

05/01/2016 10:29 PM

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This recipe is a winner! Delicious, easy to fix and of course, nutritional! I didn't have mango, so I substituted strawberries, added avacado and some pumpkin seeds. Will definitely make it again.

teamsnewman

02/08/2017 09:33 AM

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5 stars! Excellent! Baby kale, fresh mango, crisp Granny Smith tart apples, a few raw pumpkin seeds for garnish, slivers of red onion... Love it!

thinners

02/08/2017 09:29 PM

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Rather than make my own dressing, which of your dressings should I use?

Linda P. replies:

02/10/2017 03:56 PM

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Dr. Fuhrman's Orange Cashew Dressing would work well.