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Blueberry, Red Currant & Daylily Salad
WASH all the fruit. Thinly slice nectarines or peaches. ARRANGE artfully on your serving platter.
SCATTER blueberries + red currants over the sliced fruit.
ADD HONEY – drizzle thin spider web wisps of honey across the fruit. Use runny honey on a teaspoon, hold spoon hand height above salad, tilt spoon moving it in a zig-zag smooth motion as honey runs you will create thin whisps.
DAYLILY flowers – remove stamen, cut base stem off flowers & gently peel petals to separate. GARNISH SALAD
SERVE as is. Serve with flavoured yoghurt as part of a brunch or dessert feast—pairs well with Strawberry Rosé Spritzer.
STORE in the fridge covered. You can make this salad in advance, adding daylilies just before you serve it.
SWAP & ADD fruits; raspberries, strawberries, kiwi, grapes, apricots, figs, nectarines, peaches, plums.
USE RAW HONEY drizzled as thin as a spiders web across the salad. IF your honey is thick, warm it up too runny.
ADD nuts – toasted walnuts or sliced toasted almonds are a great addition.