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This is a great salad to serve anytime of the year, but especially nice in the Fall (Thanksgiving) or Winter (Christmas). It has become a family holiday salad.
Avocados have lots of vitamins in them, like Vitamin E, K, C, B6, potassium, etc. But they are higher than other fruit in fat.
There are several steps in this, but the flavor explosion is worth it!
The orange marmalade in the dressing boosts the citrus flavor.
This dressing can be made in any amount and will keep well in the refrigerator. Just use equal parts vinegar and oil. (Fewer calories than traditional vinaigrette dressing recipes.)
This is a recipe from one of my Mom's old cookbooks. It is great for summer picnics because it has no mayonnaise!
Who needs bottled dressing when this whips right up in the blender and stores for up to one week?
Helen and her husband owned a German deli in NYC, and this was one of their customers' favorites.
This is a 1990 recipe from a Kentucky restaurant. They used all fresh fruits - and I "tweaked" it to use canned fruits. Great for Thanksgiving or Christmas meals!
This salad is a hit wherever it is taken. It originally came from my friend's college roommate, and now it is a favorite at all potlucks! Keeps in fridge for at least 5 days.