Fruit platter palm tree

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Fruit platter palm tree2 salad I think are listed in bold.

On to my favorites: Fruit-Platter (almost an appetizer),

Fruit Platter-

There are many recipes to this idea. I got mine from a Hawaiian style restaurant called Ed’s Steak &, Chop House. Since I don’t eat meat, I can never find recipes that don’t have beef on it, so I altered this to work in the vegetarian way for us here.

Vegetarian Fruit Platter-

To add more veggies, try broccoli, spinach, carrots and maybe some mango. Any other fruit is perfect as well. For a completely different taste, use a bunch of different fruit. If you can’t find any pineapple, try raspberries, blackberries, or strawberries. The key is using fruits that are available and in season. Be sure to use any kinds of veggies available that don’t take much time, while you wait for your meat to cook.

Add to plate:

Any fruit you want, even seasonal ones. Try mangoes, papaya, pineapple, etc.

1/4 cup cooked black beans

1/4 cup cooked adzuki beans

1 small onion diced

1/2 small yellow bell pepper diced

1/2 small red bell pepper diced

1/4 cup kalamata olives

2 tablespoons spicy pickled ginger, grated

3 green onions cut into 1/2 inch pieces

1 tablespoon soy sauce

2 tablespoons honey

1 teaspoon hot sauce

1 tablespoon curry powder

1 tablespoon olive oil

Olive oil spray

Garnish: fresh cilantro

Chop cooked broccoli into 1/2-1 inch pieces

Prepare your favorite salad. I used a spinach salad but I bet it would be tasty with lots of your favorite salad greens. Wash and tear basil leaves into small pieces and set aside

In a large bowl, mix all the ingredients together. You can substitute whatever spice mix you like, as long as it’s mild and not too spicy. I used a 2 1/2 Tablespoon curry mix (just incase you don’t have any curry powder, this would be fine).

Toss vegetables with ingredients, and put on top of your favorite salad. For me, I made a spinach salad, so I used about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of spinach. Sprinkle with kosher salt, and enjoy!

Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes (can be done ahead and warmed up later)


To add a bit of spice to this recipe, I added a teaspoon of cayenne.

Drain and rinse potatoes (can be done ahead). Using the medium bowl of a food processor or a potato masher, mash the potatoes until well-mixed. Add all the seasonings, mixing well. Add the cauliflower, and mix until smooth. To get a more creamy mixture, add some more cheese (or yogurt, sour cream, etc.). I only put a few teaspoons of cheese in to get it creamy. If you want more, add it!

Spray a large nonstick skillet with olive oil, and heat over medium heat.

Using your hands, carefully form the mixture into six or eight patties. Cook, flipping every few minutes, until golden and crispy on the bottom.

Place two patties on each plate, and serve warm.

Winter Vegetables (Almost an entree)


For me, a plate of this is a satisfying snack. It’s a little like broccoli and cheese, except it doesn’t have that cheese. It was definitely good as a side dish, and I like having it.

The trick to the taste is the creamed sweet potato, which I was able to find at Trader Joe’s. I think Trader Joe’s sells it in a light, “sweet potato flavor”, but it was a regular (in a good sense) tasting sweet potato to me. I love sweet potatoes!

Basically, cook the potatoes until just soft. Let them cool a bit. Mash with a fork. Add curry powder, sweetener (I use Splenda), cinnamon, and soy milk. Mix well. Pour into a greased baking dish.

Bake at 350 degrees for about 40 minutes, or until a little brown and crispy on top.

Thanks to the sweet potatoes, I was able to find a delicious recipe that I’m sure you ll love! Make sure you use soy milk as the liquid. I’ve tried the recipe without soy milk, and it was still good, but the texture wasn’t the same.

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