Nik Sharma’s recipes for summer fruit salads | Four favourite | The Guardian

Think beyond chunks in syrup: these salads are herby, tangy creations that you can serve as a side, starter or dessertFruits are a great way to bring new flavours, textures, and colours to salads. Their varying degrees of sweet and sour invite combination with the likes of chillies, fresh herbs and creamy cheeses, which you see a lot in Indian and Mexican cuisines. Fruits that retain their texture in salads are my go-to: they won’t fall apart easily when tossed and can be stored well in the fridge. Continue reading…

Think beyond chunks in syrup: these salads are herby, tangy creations that you can serve as a side, starter or dessert

Fruits are a great way to bring new flavours, textures, and colours to salads. Their varying degrees of sweet and sour invite combination with the likes of chillies, fresh herbs and creamy cheeses, which you see a lot in Indian and Mexican cuisines. Fruits that retain their texture in salads are my go-to: they won’t fall apart easily when tossed and can be stored well in the fridge.

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