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Citrus fruit and daikon salad with soy vinaigrette

The citrus fruit and daikon salad is served with soy vinaigrette and chopped pistachios.

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Ingredients for the citrus fruit and daikon salad with soy vinaigrette

2 blood oranges

2 oranges

1 grapefruit

1 medium-size daikon

1/2 a lemon, juice

1 teaspoonful of honey

2 spoonful of soy sauce

1 teaspoonful of chopped pistachios

Preparation

Peel and cut the oranges into rounded flat slices. Peel the grapefruit and cut it into triangular slices so that the different citrus fruits have different shapes. Peel a daikon and cut it into thin slices with a peeler.

Combine the citrus fruits and daikon. To prepare the vinaigrette, melt a teaspoonful of honey in the soy sauce, add the juice of half a lemon and emulsify well. Season the citrus fruit and daikon salad with vinaigrette and sprinkle with choppped pistachio before serving.

 

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