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Pineapple & Pomegranate Salad

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fruit salad


The first pomegranates of the season are always something to look forward to. They are big, red, and brimming with seeds. Filled with antioxidants, they are one of nature's super fruits, and go well in a fruit salad. Fruit salads are an excellent way to cure any sweet cravings while being healthy at the same time.

Preparation Time: 50 minutes
Cooking Time: N/A
Makes: 1 large bowl

Ingredients
1 pineapple
2 satsumas (or seedless mandarins if not available)
2 kiwifruit
2 small apples (or 1 large apple)
¼ pomegranate
20 grapes (there about)
Fruit juice (optional)

Method



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In good old medieval style, the first step is to decapitate your pineapple with a sharp knife (or axe if you prefer). You can then halve and quarter it.



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Chop the pineapple into small pieces and place in a large bowl.



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Peel two satsumas and two kiwifruit. Chop the kiwifruit, and add them along with the satsuma pieces to the bowl.



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Core and chop the apples, then add to the bowl.



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Halve and quarter a pomegranate, and deseed it.



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Scatter the pips into the bowl.



fruit salad


Cut the grapes in half, put into the bowl, and mix everything up with a large spoon.
Pour in your fruit juice of choice to about a third of the way up the bowl.

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