How To Make A Citrus Salad

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If you’ve ever been in a pinch to make a dish and you happen to have a bunch of different citrus fruits around, this simple citrus salad is the perfect thing to whip up. A little bit sweet and a little bit salty, this mixture of lime, grapefruit and various oranges compliments just about any meal. Before you think this sounds a bit too sour for your liking, we have that covered too. By incorporating a bit of olive oil, the bitterness is balanced to a lovely mellow aroma that’s palatable for even the most sensitive taste buds. Follow the steps and learn how to make this tasty citrus salad with one of our online cooking school chefs.

Assorted Citrus Salad

6 – 8 leaves fresh mint (cut into thin ribbons)
1 blood orange
1 navel orange
1 cara cara orange
1 lemon
1 lime
1 tbsp olive oil
¼ oz pink peppercorns (grated)
Sugar to taste
Sea salt to taste

Various oranges, lemons and limes make for a variety of flavors.

1. Cut all citrus into segments and save remaining juices for all in a bowl.
2. Add remaining ingredients except the peppercorns and marinate for 24 hours.
3. Serve and dust with pink peppercorns.

Garnish the salad with fresh mint, shaved pink peppercorns and a pinch of salt.

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