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Incan Berry and Kale Salad

Watch the video below for how to make this Incan Berry salad, that is wonderfully light and packed full of interesting flavours! 

Product Name Price Qty
Organic Incan Berries
£4.29
Organic Dried Apricots
£2.49
Organic Pumpkin Seeds
£1.99
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Incan berries, (also known as golden berries, Aztec berries or Peruvian cherries), are small, bittersweet, yellow berries that grow on the Physalis Peruviana, a perennial plant predominantly found in the Amazonian regions of South America. 

Treasured by the Incas for thousands of years as a source of food and even sometimes as medicine, Incan berries boast an sweet exterior and are packed with crunchy, lemon flavoured seeds, resulting in a yummy, sweet and sour sensation. 

Incan berries also contain a selection of nutrients including; vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12 and C, pectin, bioflavonoids, phosphorus and a small amount of melatonin. 

Enjoy in this wonderfully light and packed full of flavour salad recipe. 

Ingredients (Click the links below for the ingredients available at Detox Your World or add them all to your cart now by clicking the above - "Add to Cart")

1/4 cup incan berries

Kale leaves

Juice of half of lemon

1 avocado 

1 small tomato

1/2 a carrot

1/4 cup of olives 

4-5 dried apricots

2 tablespoons of pumpkin seeds

Preparations

Firstly in a bowl, prepare your kale and squeeze in some lemon. 

Chop half a carrot, a tomato and a avocado and put these in with your bowl of kale.

Now add some olives, dried apricots and pumpkin seeds. 

Give everything a good mix around. 

Complete the dish by topping your salad with the incan berries. 

Additional Information

SKU FDD30118
Brand Detox Your World
Raw Food Recipes Salads

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