This is a quick shot of my breakfast from the other morning... on the bathroom floor... because I liked the colours! It's Daddy's take on my muesli, natural yoghurt (something I've gotten used to in the last year because it's cheaper that fruity/Greek yoghurt...) and a fruity salad.
The salad being the purpose of today's post. It's inspired by my Ginger, Lime and Pineapple fruit salad dressing, but tweaked a little... for example, instead of grating the ginger, I cut it up reeeal small which meant that when you got a bite of ginger, it wasn't overpowering, but it still nibbled back! I've added a little citrus juice, and coconut for fun too!
Peel and chop your fruit as needed. (I used mostly summer stone fruit, so very little peeling was needed... plenty of chopping though!) Put chopped fruit into a bowl.
First zest, then using a knife, top and tail, then remove the peel and pith from the sides of a citrus fruit of your choice (I used an orange)... put the zest and cubed orange flesh into the bowl with your fruit - then squeeze the juice from the sliced off pith to create a dressing.
Veeery finely dice 1cm of peeled root ginger... and put that in with a squeeze of lemon or lime juice and about 2 Tbsp of coconut.
Toss together and serve with your favourite breakfast or dessert foods (I think it'd be particularly good with some coconut ice-cream)