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Blueberry, Red Currant & Daylily Salad

The fruits and flowers of summer plated!  

  • Serves4-6
  • Cooks in
  • Prep time 10 mins
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  • 2 -3 nectarines | peaches - thinly sliced
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup red currants
  • 1 - 2 daylily flowers
  • 1 tsp honey to drizzle - optional


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.

Chef Hat Icon Chef tips + Ingredient Swaps + Ideas

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.

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