Ruby Grapefruit, Orange And Pomegranate Salad

2  Ruby Red Grapefruit, peeled, pith removed and segmented

2  Navel Oranges, peeled, pith removed and segmented

1/4 cup finely minced red onion

1 Pomegranate, Seeds only

Mint leaves for garnish


2 tbsps. fresh orange juice

2 tbsps. fresh lime juice

2 tbsps. honey

1 1/2  tbsps. finely minced fresh mint


Combine all dressing ingredients together and chill until needed.

Place fruit in a bowl and pour dressing over top tossing gently to coat.

To seed the pomegranate cut it in half or in quarters if very large. Place the pomegranate in your hand with the skin side up and seeds down. Spread your fingers with a bowl underneath so that the seeds can fall through. Beat the skin of the pomegranate with a wooden spoon until the seeds fall into a bowl. If any of the white pith drops out as well just pick it out.

The name pomegranate is derived from Latin and means “seeded apple. The average pomegranate contains about 600 seeds or arils as they are also known, and are the only edible part of the fruit. They are low in calories, high in fiber, high in vitamins and high in phytochemicals and tasty to boot!

Weekly Newsletter