Total Time
40mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

Elutaria, our sweet maid when I live Guadalajara during the '60's, made this fresh for our breakfast every day

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Chop or slice as indicated.
  2. Toss with the lime and orange juice.
  3. Let sit for 30 minutes.
  4. Bless me LOL.

Reviews

(3)
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Bless you indeed! ¡Excelente! Used local apples. ~Tasty Dish~ approved! Thanks for posting! I added a little bit of lime and orange zest for presentation.

COOKGIRl December 01, 2009

This was very tasty. I made it for Easter morning breakfast. Instead of a papaya, I used a mango and I also threw in some strawberries I had to use up. We had a lot of leftovers, so I think this made more than 6 servings, and the bananna's did not keep well, so I think next time I might either make less, or leave the banana's out. ALl in all it was a very good breakfast (and today's lunch). Thanks for posting.

TexasKelly April 13, 2009

Thank you sweet, sweet Eultaria! What a beautiful way to start the day. I made half the recipe and ate it all by lunchtime. I usually prefer sweet apples but the granny smith apple added a nice crunch and a tart contrast to the sweet fruit. The lime gave it some pep and each mouthful offered different flavors and textures. I subbed mango for papaya, personal preference, and this salad will be a definite repeat in our house- next time I just might share. Made for my PAC Baby 2009.

cookiedog March 25, 2009

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