Festive fruit salad with brandy snap | Feel free to multiply this recipe up for a buffet. Any leftover brandy snaps can be stored in an airtight container and filled with cream, or better, with ice cream.
Cherry fruit salad with Languedoc brandy (salade de cerises au marc de Languedoc)
Cherry fruit salad with Languedoc brandy (salade de cerises au marc de Languedoc) | Stage 6 - Aix-en-Provence/Montpellier: Sunny Languedoc produces very sweet fruit, including grapes for wine and brandy, and delicious plump cherries. This stunning fruit salad makes a perfect finish to a special dinner. Eau de vie de Languedoc is a regional grape brandy.
Fruit salad with pandan jelly | This cooling fruit salad, featuring vibrant green pandan jelly, is a typical Malaysian dessert. With lychees, longans and canned fruit salad, it delivers a distinctly tropical vibe.
Fresh fruit salad | Vary this easy fruit salad with whatever fruits you can find in the shops. Tropical fruits make a nice addition too such as mango, passionfruit or even persimmon or dragon fruit. Skip the syrup if you don’t have time.Each serving provides 159kcal, 1.5g protein, 36g carbohydrate (of which 35g sugars), 0g fat (of which 0g saturates), 4g fibre and 0g salt.
Pickled red grapes | It might be more unusual to see fruit instead of vegetables in a pickling liquid, but we pickle lots of fruit and find the vinegar offsets its sweetness beautifully. These pickled grapes go well with soft cheese – try them on top of baked ricotta – and they make an interesting addition to a salad or roasted meat dishes (just add them to the roasting tin about 5 minutes before the end of the cooking time). Other fruit that can be successfully pickled include quinces…