We were shopping at Whole Foods last weekend and came upon this recipe that I just have to share with you. It was a rainy day and the recipe looked like something refreshing. It gave us a delightful taste of winter.
Satsuma Jicama Salad
1 medium jicama, peeled, cut into matchsticks (great place to get out the mandoline slicer)
1 bunch radishes, thinly sliced and cut into half moons
2 limes, zested and juiced
1/4 teaspoon chili powder
1 tablespoon minced cilantro
Segment the satsumas: cut enough off either end until you see orange flesh, not the white pith. Cut the skin off around all sides. Over a bowl with a small knife, go between each segment and gently cut them out. Toss satsumas segments into a bowl with jicama, radishes, lime juice and zest. Garnish with chili powder and cilantro.
Now, this is the part where I tell you how I handled this…..
I peeled the satsumas and cut each segment in half. I added 1 avocado cut into small pieces and added fresh prawns (cooked and chilled) cut into quarters.
There is no oil in this recipe and it is delightfully refreshing. You could sprinkle toasted pumpkin seeds on the top as well. You can change it up anyway that you would like, but it is really good just as it stands. (Cuties, Mandarins, Cara Cara Oranges, all would work for the citrus.)
Have yourself a very Merry Christmas!