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Buenos Aires Hearts of Palm Salad (Rachael Ray)


Ingredients:

  • 1(14 ounce) can hearts of palm, thinly sliced
  • 1tomatoes, thinly sliced
  • 1avocado, quartered and thinly sliced
  • 1⁄4cup extra virgin olive oil
  • 1tablespoon fresh orange juice
  • 1tablespoon fresh lime juice
  • salt and pepper

Directions:

  • On a platter, arrange the hearts of palm, tomato and avocado in a single, overlapping layer.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together the olive oil, orange juice and lime juice; season with salt and pepper.
  • Drizzle the dressing over the salad.

Reviews:

  • Sharon123

    This was very nice and I enjoyed the citrus in the dressing. A great way to use hearts of palm! Made for Photo tag.

  • BakinBaby

    Lovely fresh salad. The lime juice really made it zing. I didn’t follow directions very well, I chunked everything instead of slicing, oh well, it still tasted delish and was enjoyed at company dinner this evening. Made for ZWT7, for the Shady Ladies.

  • BakinBaby

    Lovely fresh salad. The lime juice really made it zing. I didn’t follow directions very well, I chunked everything instead of slicing, oh well, it still tasted delish and was enjoyed at company dinner this evening. Made for ZWT7, for the Shady Ladies.

  • RAVICKERY

    Great overall, next time would most likely add more of the citrus flavor, but the flavors really go great together!

  • Garlic Chick

    I bought a lot of cans of hearts of palm after having a salad at a friend's dinner party – silly me, I forgot how much I love them. I made this salad this week and followed your advice, JanuaryBride, I used 2 tablespoons each of oil, lemon (didn't have lime on hand) juice and orange juice. This was so excellent! And I loved how it did not need to marinate to develop the flavor. I loved it so much I ate the entire thing myself in one sitting! Easy and delicious, JanuaryBride, thank you for posting this terrific recipe!

  • Sharon123

    This was very nice and I enjoyed the citrus in the dressing. A great way to use hearts of palm! Made for Photo tag.

  • evelyn/athens

    This was a delicious, tangy and very fresh-tasting salad. Finally got to use my can of hearts of palm. Thanks.

  • Wish I Could Cook

    It is not possible to make an easier, tastier or beautiful salad! However, in all my efforts of trying to make a perfect picture, the avocado which was borderline over ripe to begin with, got a little mushy and my hearts of palm fell apart. But believe me, everything tasted just great! Next time I’m going to cut the oil in half and double both the orange juice and lime. But this is going to be a go-to salad when company is coming. And I might use halved cherry tomatoes next time because I think they would be cute. Will definitely be a next time and next time and a next time…

  • Garlic Chick

    I bought a lot of cans of hearts of palm after having a salad at a friend's dinner party – silly me, I forgot how much I love them. I made this salad this week and followed your advice, JanuaryBride, I used 2 tablespoons each of oil, lemon (didn't have lime on hand) juice and orange juice. This was so excellent! And I loved how it did not need to marinate to develop the flavor. I loved it so much I ate the entire thing myself in one sitting! Easy and delicious, JanuaryBride, thank you for posting this terrific recipe!

  • evelyn/athens

    This was a delicious, tangy and very fresh-tasting salad. Finally got to use my can of hearts of palm. Thanks.

  • Wish I Could Cook

    It is not possible to make an easier, tastier or beautiful salad! However, in all my efforts of trying to make a perfect picture, the avocado which was borderline over ripe to begin with, got a little mushy and my hearts of palm fell apart. But believe me, everything tasted just great! Next time I’m going to cut the oil in half and double both the orange juice and lime. But this is going to be a go-to salad when company is coming. And I might use halved cherry tomatoes next time because I think they would be cute. Will definitely be a next time and next time and a next time…

  • RAVICKERY

    Great overall, next time would most likely add more of the citrus flavor, but the flavors really go great together!

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