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Exotic fruit salad

This simple but special fruit salad is bursting with the wonderful colours and fragrance of exotic fruits – papaya, mango, kiwi fruit and passionfruit. It's rich in vitamins, too, making a delightfully refreshing and nutritious end to a meal. Arrange the fruit on a platter or mix together in a bowl.

Exotic fruit salad
Reader's Digest

Ingredients

  • 1 large papaya
  • 1 large mango
  • 2 kiwi fruit
  • 100 ml orange juice
  • 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • 2 passionfruit

Preparation

  • Peel and halve the papaya and scoop out the seeds.
  • Slice the fruit crosswise and arrange the slices in 2 rows on a serving platter, or cut into chunks and put into a large serving bowl.
  • Stone and peel the mango and cut lengthwise into wedges. Arrange the wedges in a row between the papaya slices. Or cut into chunks and add to the serving bowl.
  • Peel the kiwi fruit and cut lengthwise into wedges or chunks. Scatter them over the slices of mango and papaya.
  • Mix the orange juice with the lime juice.
  • Halve the passionfruit and scoop out the seeds and pulp into the juice mixture.
  • Spoon over the salad and serve immediately.

Serves 4
Preparation: 15 minutes



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