Strawberry, Melon & Avocado Salad

June/July 2005

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Nutty and slightly sweet sherry vinegar is a natural partner for strawberries. This composed salad makes a cool kickoff for dinner or a nutrition-packed lunch on its own.

"Probably the best tasting salad I've ever had! Light and refreshing. "
Strawberry, Melon & Avocado Salad

5 Reviews for Strawberry, Melon & Avocado Salad

sweet, juicy and healthy!

for someone like me who is not an avid greens eater, this recipe is going to be on my "go to list" regularly. I changed a few things, omitted avocado (I'm still working up to that, my only experience is guacamole (yuck). I didn't have any sesame seeds, so I substituted toasted poppy seeds. Truly satisfied my sweet tooth, healthily!


I didn't have sherry vinegar so used sherry cooking wine instead. I also substituted 1/4c chopped walnuts for the sesame seeds. All the flavors go well with each other - the sweetness of honey/sherry dressing, tartness of the strawberry, nuttiness of the avocado and walnuts. Love, love, love!

Very tasty - even those who don't like salads will love this.
My new favorite salad

This is one of my favorite new recipes. The ingredient list is a weird combination but the picture looked good so I figured I would try it. I didn't have sherry vinegar so I used red wine. Wow, this was a fantastic recipe and all of the flavors compliment each other so well. My fiancee who hates avocado & sesame seeds reluctantly tried it and liked it so much he wanted me to make him a bowl. Fabulous! Can't get enough of this recipe!

easy to make, healthy ingredients, delicious tasting, filling

Probably the best tasting salad I've ever had! Light and refreshing.


great! Easy, wonderful flavor! Whole family enjoyed it!

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Anonymous wrote 2 years 47 weeks ago

Fresh, fruity, easy, so

Fresh, fruity, easy, so tasty. Wonderful salad.

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