By Mini Ravindran on August 04, 2001
"This recipe is from "The Vegan Deli" by Joanne Stepaniak. Visit Joanne at: http://www.vegsource.com/joanne ."
Serving Size: 1 (182 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"What a wonderful way to showcase the fruits of summer. Cool and so refreshing. Easy to prepare. I did leave out the almonds though. I made a large container of this and we have enjoyed it for the last few days. Great way to beat the heat. Thanks Mini."
"Very nice blend of flavors. I omitted the almonds and it was great."
"What a refreshing salad. A great way to take advantage of the fresh fruits of the season. The dressing was light and did not overpower the fruit. Thanks for sharing this. :-)"
"Incredible!! The almonds definitely add something special, and the dressing adds another refreshing, light dimension. This salad seriously cut down on the heat this weekend and will be a staple at our house. Thanks!!!"
"Fabulous! Great for large gatherings. I took mine to a church lunch, and it was the first thing gone! Thanks!"
"Loved the easy preparation for this salad. I used nectarines instead of peaches and otherwise followed the recipe. The dressing is very light and does not overwhelm the fruit, which was a major plus."
"I switched this up, but none the less it is still 5 stars. I used honeydew, strawberries and a white nectarine. I then used 1 tsp of brown sugar and then Stevia (the equivalent of 2 tsp of sugar) so in essence, I cut the sugar by half and it was plenty sweet enough for us. Thanks for sharing."
"Delicious! The dressing is there, barely noticeable, and enhances the fruit. Nothing not to love about this."
"I served this ice cold and it was so refreshing that we ate more of the salad then our dinner. I will definately make this again, I want to make it when peach season is here. Thank you for posting."
"This was a very good salad. I enjoyed it quite a bit and my guests did too. I especially liked the peaches. I had just enough left over to add to my breakfast the next day, so I enjoyed it equally well both meals!"
"Made this for a potluck recently, and everyone loved it. Added some sliced strawberries for extra color. Served it in small plastic cups that people kept refilling and munching on throughout the picnic."
"This is so delicious! I have made it several times with whatever fruit I have on hand - it is always a hit! The almonds are a great addition toasted or not. My daughter packs it with her lunch and has to "fight off" her classmates from eating it! Thank you for such a fabulous recipe!"
"I made a huge amount of this for a picnic this past weekend. I used about 8 cups of each fruit. It was a hit. I could just drink up the juice at the bottom of the bowl! I used only half the amount of sugar since my fruit was already really sweet and toasted my almonds. Delightful."
"This is an amzing fruit salad for breakfast. I hardly got any my parents ate most of it and payed me to make more!! This has a great blend of ingredients. Will def. make again! GJ"
"This was a great salad that we will definitely make again. I had a watermelon that needed used up so I also added watermelon and some green seedless grapes. I balled the melons and cut the watermelon in a basket and served the salad in it. Next time I will eliminate the grapes (to many grapes detracted from the flavor) and maybe try adding a few fresh blue berries. We did not use the almonds, but can see how the almonds would accent the dish. "
"If you want Peach and Melon both in a salad togeter you should try this salad it is very good!"