Macedonia (Spanish Fruit Salad)

When my Mr first announced that he would like to eat a Macedonia (Fruit salad in his mother tongue) I thought yeah well, why not – although I have quite negative memories of school lunches complete with those nasty canned fruit salads – so we gave it a go. Boy was I wrong to not try it before? We’ve had macedonia almost every second day since he asked for it.

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About the recipe – quite straightforward, grab a couple of fruits (I had 2 cups of strawberries, 1 banana, 1 kiwi, 1 orange, 1 apple and a pear), cut them into bite sized chunks and pour about 1 cup of fresh orange juice all over. The juice will give it a fantastic pop and also won’t let your fruit brown so quickly. Cover and refrigerate for a while for the perfect juiciness🙂

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Enjoy🙂

Comments
12 Responses to “Macedonia (Spanish Fruit Salad)”
  1. Oh do I remember those fruit salads from school lunch! Now this looks like a really nice one & we’re finally getting some tasty fruits in the market now. Not local, but at least fruit that tastes like, well…fruit.

  2. Yum! I love fruit and this looks delicious!

  3. Lisa says:

    Beautiful – such a lovely combination for spring and warm weather🙂 Great colors!

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    Does this ever look good! The colors are so vibrant and the fruit so fresh looking. You make me long even more for our farmers markets to open.

    • Thank you🙂 And this is all from the not-so-fancy local supermarket, it would be even better with fruits from Hungary but it would difficult to come by bananas for example…

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