This Avocado Beet Citrus Salad is like a painting on a plate and it’s an explosion of fresh, sweet flavors that will wow you and your guests! We often think of light and healthy salads for warmer weather, but there are so many wonderful, beautiful winter salads we can make. Like this salad, I’m going to keep it fairly simple today.
If you’ve been following my recipes for a while, you know I think of food as my art medium. Much like acrylic paint or colored pencils.
It actually would have been difficult for this Avocado Beet Citrus Salad not to have turned out to be so pretty. How could you go wrong when when combining such stunning, saturated colors? And check it out, the avocado is two-tone!
Side note: the darker green portion of an avocado, that which was closest to the skin, is the area packed with the most nutrients. So be sure to get all of it — especially if you’re scooping the avocado “meat” out with a spoon.
I thought the vibrant and contrasting colors of these ingredients would be pop on a bright white plate.
And I knew their flavors and textures would be perfect together. I think this is going to become one of my go-to beautiful winter salads.
It’s much like a painting with food, really.
Don’t you think?
Enjoy and may this Avocado Beet Citrus Salad become one of your favorite, beautiful winter salads too!
This is not a sponsored post — Melissa’s Produce sends me produce from time to time for recipe testing. As always, all opinions are my own.
This beautiful winter salad is an explosion of fresh, sweet flavors that will wow you and your guests!
- 2 cups baby beets (click here for How to Roast Beets), roasted, peeled, thinly sliced
- 1 large avocado (click here for How to Peel and Cut an Avocado), peeled, thinly sliced
- 4 Ojai Pixie tangerines (click Here for How to Peel and Slice Citrus), peeled, thinly sliced
- 1 tablespoon Roquefort cheese, crumbled
- 1 Ojai Pixie, sliced in half
Arrange the three beet, avocado and tangerines beautifully between four appetizer plates.
Sprinkle each one with about ¼ of the cheese.
Squeeze the juice from the 2 Pixie halves over the arranged plates.
Don't have the time to roast the beets? Not a problem -- Melissa's Produce sells packaged, peeled, roasted beets. They're perfect. They are sold in many supermarkets as well as Trader Joe's.