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Minted , lime & ginger syrup fruit salad

A simple yet well-flavored dessert!
I wanted to make a more simple dessert of fresh fruits I got from the market. I made a fruit salad with a twist. This is easy & so yummy!
Recipe: For 2 persons
200 gr of fresh strawberries, cleaned, hulled & cut into 2 or 3
1 ripe mango, peeled & cut up into chunks
250 gr of seedless grapes, cleaned & cut in 2
juice of 1/2 lime
2 tablespoons of ginger syrup
2 or 3 sprigs of fresh Moroccan mint, cleaned & leaves torn ( no stalks )
1. Take a bowl & place the cut up fruit in it.
2. Add the lime juice & the ginger syrup. Mix carefully with a spoon.
3. Taste! It has to taste fab, not too sweet!
4. Place cling film over the top & place in the fridge for at least 1 hour. I prefer 2 to 3 hours.
5. This is lovely enjoyed just as that or with some lovely vanilla ice cream.

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Hello! My name is Sophie & I love to cook & bake mostly healthily but with a twist! There is a bit of gardening & travelling in here too! Enjoy! :)

57 thoughts on “Minted , lime & ginger syrup fruit salad

  1. Very refreshing! I love your idea of ginger syrup and mint!!! Great combo! BTW, I just came back from UK, bought the Bill Granger 'Everyday' cookbook under your influence. He has some other ones but I picked this first : )

  2. I love your fruit creations…specially that Summer is coming…lovely…with mint and ginger…yummie! Great picture.

  3. What a wonderfully fresh and light treat. I love the addition of the ginger syrup. nice job!

  4. Gorgeously presented Sophie! Such a talent you have here.. This salad looks so appetizing, yum! soo refreshing and simple.cheers!!

  5. What a lovely and refreshing salad! The ginger syrup sounds so good. And this is the perfect dessert with a scoop of ice cream!! Yum-yum!!

  6. ginger syrup, eh? that sounds like something i wouldn't mind just drinking down. 🙂 so it's probably a little more tasty and appropriate draped over some lovely fruit–this looks stellar!

  7. Sophie, this is stunning! And summer-delicious! I am off tomorrow to search for ginger syrup. I will use the mint from my garden (for now). I adore this, love this, want this. Even need this!

  8. First of all this is drop dead gorgeous. And it sounds so fresh and good too. I seem to be the only one who's not familiar with ginger syrup. Do you make it or buy it at the market? I love ginger – do you just add some to a simple syrup? I'm beginning to think I've lived in the back woods too long.Sam

  9. Wow, Sophie, wonderful idea. Is so refreshing and I'll keep in mind for the encanto, jengibre y menta está muy bueno

  10. @ everyone of you: thanks for those compliments! I like that you all loved it!@ every one of you: I had to laugh a lot reading so many lovely comments!

  11. Thanks for all of the wonderful comments on my blog Sophie. I dropped by and found that your blog is also filled with great recipes. I like this one because sometimes simple foods are the most surprising for our taste buds. This looks fantastic and I'll have to try it in the spring when our fruit is fresh 🙂

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