Fresh Satsuma Salad recipe is exactly that -- a salad made with sweet, sun-ripened Satsuma oranges, just picked from the tree. Of course you can buy Satsumas almost everywhere during citrus season, and they'll be the star of any salad.
Gently stir in the mint, cilantro and basil leaves.
Peel the Satsumas, and then slice them horizontally, into slices that are about ¼ inch thick.
Either mix the Satsuma slices into the dressing, or arrange them on a plate or platter and drizzle the dressing with the herbs over them.