Turmeric Fruit Salad with fresh grated turmeric root, orange and lime zest and any of your favorite fruits, topped w/ toasted coconut flakes. Sugar free. 

Exotic Turmeric Fruit Salad with fresh grated turmeric root, orange and lime zest and your favorite fruits, topped w/ toasted coconut flakes. Sugar free. | www.feastingathome.comI am proud only of those days
that pass in undivided tenderness.
~Robert Bly~

The flavor of fresh turmeric whispers of the exotic. Subtle yet magic, it’s flavor transforms everyday fruit salad into something unexpected and deliciously surprising.  Start conservatively and then add more to taste. And prepare to be delighted.   It’s an easy way to incorporate it into our diets and enjoy some of the health benefits, but it’s actually the flavor itself that sold me on this. It’s soooooooo good! Together with fresh lime and toasted coconut flakes, it’s divine!

Exotic Turmeric Fruit Salad with fresh grated turmeric root, orange and lime zest and your favorite fruits, topped w/ toasted coconut flakes. Sugar free. | www.feastingathome.com

If new to turmeric, start off with a light hand and add more to taste.

Exotic Turmeric Fruit Salad with fresh grated turmeric root, orange and lime zest and your favorite fruits, topped w/ toasted coconut flakes. Sugar free. | www.feastingathome.com

Exotic Turmeric Fruit Salad with fresh grated turmeric root, orange and lime zest and your favorite fruits, topped w/ toasted coconut flakes. Sugar free. | www.feastingathome.com

I hope you love this Turmeric Fruit Salad as much as I do!

Please enjoy more delicious  Turmeric Recipes here!

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Exotic Turmeric Fruit Salad with fresh grated turmeric root, orange and lime zest and your favorite fruits, topped w/ toasted coconut flakes. Sugar free. | www.feastingathome.com

Turmeric Fruit Salad


Description

An tropical fruit salad with fresh turmeric, orange juice and lime juice, garnished with toasted coconut.


Ingredients

Scale
  • 23 cups fresh peeled, pineapple chunks
  • 2 cups melon chunks ( watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew)
  • 1 mango or papaya- peeled, cut into chunks
  • 2 kiwi -peeled, sliced
  • 1 cup fresh berries
  • 1 oranges (peeled, sliced)
  • Garnish- toasted flaked coconut
  • ——
  • Dressing:
  • 1 orange- juice and zest
  • 1 lime- juice and zest
  • 12 teaspoons fresh grated turmeric
  • 1/2 teaspoon poppy seeds

Instructions

  1. Place all fruit in a bowl (leave the berries out until the end, if very tender ).
  2. Zest the lime and orange and add zest to the bowl.
  3. Squeeze the orange and ½ of the lime over the fruit.
  4. Peel the turmeric and finely grate over the salad.
  5. Sprinkle the poppy seeds.
  6. Gently mix. Add the berries, folding them in.
  7. Taste, add more turmeric to taste.
  8. Garnish with toasted coconut flakes.

 

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Hi, I'm Sylvia!

Chef and author of the whole-foods recipe blog, Feasting at Home, Sylvia Fountaine is a former restaurant owner and caterer turned full-time food blogger. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest and shares seasonal, healthy recipes along with tips and tricks from her home kitchen.

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  1. Excellent
    I am inspired
    I need more recipe for Casa Aldea
    I would love to change the concept of my resto
    I wanted it to be more vegan, where do I start?
    I needed recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
    Thanking you in advance!
    Rose

  2. I have enjoyed every recipe that I have tried on your blog. I even enjoy your blog on your family trips. I have shared your blog with my friends.

    I would definitely purchase your cookbook if you are thinking about publishing one.

    1. Bless You! You are so kind, thank you so much. Your supportive words come at such a good time, I really appreciate it Cheryl!!

  3. One can’t find fresh turmeric everywhere? Certainly not here in Nova Scotia, Canada, at any of the oriental grocery stores. I use the powdered version often, as, correct me if I am wrong, it is basically a colorant, certainly in curries, but has little to do with flavoring? Somewhat like Annatto seeds, which I do have, and is a colorant only? Don’t misinterpret my comments, love your blog and your recipes!!.

    1. Hi Frank!
      Thanks for the comment! It’s kind of crazy – Fresh turmeric root is quickly becoming available even at main stream grocery stores around here…I bet you will see some up there in the next year or so. It’s a huge new food trend. The root actually has such an amazingly great exotic flavor…I wish I could send you some to try it!! Can I? I wonder is it legal?

  4. You’ve inspired me to try it! Of course I’ve used powdered turmeric before, but now I have to try it fresh. Yum!!

  5. Oh my gosh I love this! I always try to use more turmeric when I can, but sometimes it is just easier to use powdered, even though fresh has such a nicer taste. Going to try this asap 🙂