A bright, refreshing salad that only takes about 10 minutes to make. A healthy and delicious way to take advantage of all the in-season citrus this winter!
All my citrus-loving friends gather round! This one’s for you.
In the dark days of Minnesota winter, I look for any bright sunny spot I can.
The sun doesn’t even shine all that often (and when it does it really means its cold AF out), so my bright sunny spots usually come in the form of sumo oranges, big juicy grapefruits, deep red blood oranges, clementines, Cara Caras… the list goes on and on.
The colors! The sweetness! The brightness! Be immediately transported to a MUCH warmer destination. The Carribean? The Meditteranean? Southeast Asia?
No matter where you go with each bite, I hope it’s exactly where you want to be. And even if you end up stuck in the cold Midwest, you can rest assured knowing that this salad is:
- So easy to make. Like, so easy. No segmenting of citrus, easy. No real chopping and whisking and dicing, easy.
- F.R.E.S.H. It can seem so hard to find quality fresh ingredients during the dead of winter. But this. This is fresh.
- Nutritious – I mean, c’mon, vitamin-loaded citrus, healthy avocado, and the new superfood: watercress.