A Fab Fruitylicious Dressing
A shiny yellow delight of a dressing is what I’m going to offer today as we all crave for lots of fresh salads galore in this beautiful fall season! A very simple yet tasty Mango Kumquat Dressing with all the goodness of a 100% certified plant-based recipe!
Mixing all the fresh ingredients together created a depth of flavor that will make any salad taste like perfection. A quick and easy dressing that gives added excitement to different meals, not just on your salad- whether you’re serving it for dinner, lunch or snack. The mango and kumquat combination is sweet and fruity, with just about the right citrusy kick in your mouth, while the cilantro brings the bright and earthy twist of taste!
This homemade dressing is surely a healthy choice for you and your entire family. Unlike those store bought dressing with lengthy ingredient lists with so much unwanted oils, additives and thickeners, this delicious dressing is loaded with nutritional benefits starting with our main ingredient- the mango!
It’s time to brighten up your day with this yummy dressing! Enjoy!
Mango Kumquat Dressing
1 cup mango, diced
1 tomato, diced
1 small piece shallot
1 kumquat, seeded
1 tablespoon fresh cilantro
sea salt and pepper to taste
- Blend all the ingredients together until desired consistency is achieved. Serve on to your favorite fresh green or fruit salad! =)
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