Mango-Berry Salad With Honey Lime Dressing

"This is an amazingly simple salad with fresh, summer flavors and eye-popping color presentation. The lime juice in the honey-lime dressing nicely accentuates the mango and strawberries. I served this salad to our Memorial Day backyard barbeque guests and received many compliments. Enjoy!"
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  • In a large serving bowl, combine mango, strawberries and blueberries (do not add raspberries yet).
  • In a small mixing bowl, whisk together honey, lime juice and mint. Drizzle over fruit.
  • Cover bowl and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  • Just before serving, toss fruit to evenly distribute juices. Then add raspberries to bowl atop the rest of the fruit (do not toss, as raspberries have a tendency to break up).
  • Serve with a slotted spoon and enjoy!

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  1. this is fabulous, my husband loves this salad and has eaten several servings since i made it yesterday. We want to try it as part of a parfait next time
  2. This was amazing! Especially, the dressing is just wow! I made it casually and my friends decided to try it. I decided that keeping the dressing separate would be a better idea. Within seconds we finished the dressing. I still have the fruit salad left over. i think I'll make some dressing again tomorrow. Thanks for this wonderful recipe!


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