Winter salad with Persimon®, pomegranate and orange dressing. Hach, this sight is doing so well.
After we have done our best in the last few weeks with home-baked cookies, punch and Co., this salad is the perfect instant vitamin-cure. He is colorful, fast and above all: really delicious!
The winter salad is brimming with spicy rocket, pomegranate seeds and fennel. As a topping, there are juicy, ripened under the Spanish sun persimmons and creamy goat camebert. And because more is just more in winter, there’s a fruity orange vinaigrette on top.
The best: After this healthy power salad, we are also allowed to savor Christmas treats with a clear conscience. Jackpot!
For those who think now “Why is Mia talking about Persimon® all the time? I thought the delicious fruits are called kaki. Or Sharon? Shit, now I am confused … “- Let me explain it to you! I just make a cup of coffee, put on my smart glasses and then it can go already.
Soooo. The Persimon® is the only kaki with a protected denomination of origin. The sweet, bright orange fruit can be found in the fruit shelves from October to December. You have to spit a bit, but fortunately I have a surprise for you at the end of the post.
Until their harvest, the deluxe kaki matures in a fertile valley around the Spanish region of Valencia and only the best fruits are certified D.O. Kaki Ribera del Xúquer awarded and land as Persimon® on your fruit plate. Incidentally, this Persimon comes from the Spanish producer Anecoop. Its delicious fruits you recognize the private label BOUQUET .
And the very best: the taste! I just love the sweet, fruity taste of persimon. In addition, it has a firmer consistency than other kakis and is longer lasting – Jackpot! More information on the fruit can be found in this explanatory film .
Before I lose sight of the lettuce with all its kaki-love, just a few words to the healthy treat.
The winter salad with Persimon®, pomegranate and orange dressing is super uncomplicated. First, you make the base for your salad from rocket salad, thinly sliced fennel, and pomegranate seeds. Then mix your orange juice, shallots, balsamic and olive oil into your dressing. Then mix their salad and dressing. Finally, you put the salad on two plates and topped it with Persimon® and goat camembert. FINISHED!
I hope you will love this recipe!
Winter salad with Persimon®, pomegranate and orange dressing is:
- A real vitamin bomb.
- The perfect change from cookies and Co.
You tried this recipe? Then let me know! Comment, rate and do not forget to tag your photo on Instagram with #kochkarussell . Thank you, dear ones!
The kaki time is not long anymore – so, get the salad!
Winter salad with persimmon, pomegranate and orange dressing
Winter salad with persimon, pomegranate, orange dressing and goat camembert. Simple, colorful and delicious!
Main Course, Appetizer
Portions : 2
calories per serving : 698 kcal
large handful of rocket
medium fennel tuber
- salt and pepper
- Kernels of half a pomegranate
Wash Ruccola and spin dry. Clean the fennel and slice thinly. Put everything in a large bowl. Add pomegranate seeds. Wash
Wash Persimon, slice and halve each slice.
Diced shallot. Add orange juice, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper to a closable container and shake until well combined.
Put the vinaigrette over the salad and mix well. Split salad on two plates and top with persimmon and goat camembert.
[ 19459017] Fruit Boxing Giveaway
- You want to win one of three fruit boxes brimming with Persimon®? Nothing easier than that. Leave a comment under this post and tell me: Have you ever tried Persimon®?
- Share the raffle on Facebook for a second ticket.
- Please state in your comment how many lots you jump into the lotto pot. The competition ends on 17.12.2016 at 23.59 clock.
Eligible for participation are adults of all ages resident in Germany. The legal recourse is excluded, the winner is determined by random choice. The price can not be paid in cash. Info: This promotional mail was created in cooperation with BOUQUET . Many thanks to BOUQUET for the delicious cooperation, the shipping and the provision of the profits.
I keep my fingers crossed!