[This may be a horrible/dumb idea—but I liked it] A tangy apple/raisin salad with lemon/lime as a sort of ‘dressing’.

Recipe Directions

I got bored earlier, and wanted something sweet, yet tangy. So I cut an apple into 1/4 pieces, you can cut them however you like. I then cut a lime, and a lemon in half to squeeze the juice from, and put it over the apples and raisins.

I also ate the inside of both halves of the lime and lemon (so I didn’t waste it).

then you can chow down.

You can also use a juicer to make the ‘dressing’ if you think it would work better.

I also thought this may be good with some sort of nuts or seeds in it aswell? If anyone tries any other variations please tell how it works out!

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[This may be a horrible/dumb idea—but I liked it]

A tangy apple/raisin salad with lemon/lime as a sort of ‘dressing’.

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Tasty apple salad really!I like it:)Also I add some cinnamon to it!Yummy:)Thanks;)

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This work great with some grapes and also a little raw honey

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I love apple with lime, yumm.

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It was created at the Waldorf Hotel in the 1800's and is an immensely popular salad. It is dressed with a traditional mayo, but I'm sure there are wonderfully raw, healthy ones. Some versions call for grapes instead of raisins, but I find the raisins are my favorite in this combo. I think your version sounds yummy with just the lemon juice and no added fat other than the walnuts.

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No, I hadn't until now, sounds good though, what mayo though?

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Have you heard of Waldorf Salad? One of the recipes for it is apples, raisins, lemon juice, celery, walnuts and mayo.

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Have you heard of Waldorf Salad? One of the recipes for it is apples, raisins, lemon juice, celery, walnuts and mayo.

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