Ambrosia Fruit Salad
As a passionate dessert or simple salad, ambrosia is a heavenly combination of fresh fruits and coconut. This easy recipe collection offers enticing exotic ideas like classic ambrosia fruit salad and banana ambrosia.See Popular Ambrosia Fruit Salad Recipes
Known in Greek mythology as "food of the Gods," ambrosia reflects a global menu when exotic Caribbean fruits--such as mango, papaya, and starfruits--are stirred in.
This contemporary update of the recipe uses fresh fruit and shaved coconut, and can almost be considered a palate cleanser, similar to a sorbet or light salad.
Combining the crunchy apples, celery, and nuts of a Waldorf salad with mandarin orange sections and the shredded coconut of ambrosia makes this festive salad simple enough to serve anytime.
Known in Greek mythology as "food of the Gods," ambrosia reflects a global menu when exotic fruits are added.
It's been said that fresh fruit is nature's candy--and with good reason. Fruit is sweet and delicious, colorfully wrapped, and doesn't require much dressing up to become an elegant dessert. While pies, tarts and cobblers all have their place, to truly savor the natural flavors of strawberries, melon, grapes and other fresh-picked "candies," you need look no further than how to make fruit salad.
I am one of those people who needs to have something sweet at the end of dinner. But normally, on weeknights at least, that sweetness comes in the form of either fruit (clementines and pineapple chunks are my two current must-haves) or dark chocolate. Then the holidays came, and I had a sweet surprise.
This fruit bowl salad with honey mint dressing is aperfect option when looking for a healthy breakfast. The addition of the simple, fresh dressing will leave you refreshed and ready to get your day started!
Fruit salad needs a makeover. Too long has it been the ho-hum addition to buffets and potlucks, a predictable combination of melons, apples and grapes. With summer right around the corner, we figured there was no time like the present to show just how dazzling and varied fruit salad can be.
We've handpicked our best salad recipes into this delicious recipe collection. From Caesar salad to fruit salad and salad dressing, we've got the recipes you'll love.
A Greek vacation probably isn't in the budget for most of us this year, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy fresh Mediterranean cuisine right here at home. Greek salad is a delicious way to savor the warm summer months wherever you are (or to imagine yourself dining next to the crystal blue waters of the Aegean Sea). The classic Greek salad features a few fresh and simple ingredients, but as you'll see, there are a number of delicious variations on the theme.
In music, there are one-hit wonders, and there are classics. Salads are no different. Fresh ingredients, an especially flavorful dressing, an unexpected flavor combination -- these are all factors in creating a salad that you'll want to make repeatedly, just as you can listen to your favorite song again and again.
There's a reason every deli in America serves chicken salad. Easy, versatile and delicious, chicken salad can be as simple or as complex as you like. The best chicken salad showcases tender, juicy meat and tastes just as good on its own as it does in a sandwich.
Love the idea of a fruit salad, but just don't have the time to chop up your favorite flavors? Go hybrid, baby. The latest "special" fruit to hit the market: The grango.
If cooking is an art form, then summer vegetables and fruits are surely the best artist's tools available. And summer salads are the best way to showcase the beauty of the season's bounty. The bright colors and flavors of summer veggies and fruits are delicious on their own, but when combined in a salad they really shine.
Whether crisp or tender, dripping with juice or a little more self-contained, pears perk up salads, fruit bowls, desserts, sauces -- even soups! -- with their characteristic flavor and approachable sweetness. For salad lovers, here are three delicious recipes to try: Arugula Pear Salad with pine nuts and pancetta; Mesclun with Pears and Blue Cheese; and an Endive Pear Halloumi Salad with sherry vinaigrette.
Much as I love those little juicy citrus fruits -- clementines, mandarins and tangerines -- I have a hard time telling which is which. And I'm sure I'm not the only one. But all you really need to know is that all of these festive little fruits are in season right now.