Orange Pomegranate Salad with Pistachios

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A simple and lovely winter salad with oranges, pomegranate, and pistachio nuts, topped with truffle oil, lemon juice and fresh parsley leaves. This salad is as much a feast for the eyes as it is the palate.

  • 3 Oranges
  • 1/2 Pomegranate
  • 1 tbsp Finely chopped parsley leaves
  • 1 tbsp Pistachios, chopped
  • Truffle oil
  • Lemon juice
  • Salt and black pepper
  1. Peel the oranges with a sharp knife, then cut into thin slices, crosswise. Arrange nicely on a large plate.
  2. Remove the pomegranate seeds and scatter on top of orange slices. Scatter the chopped parsley leaves and pistachios over, then drizzle the truffle oil and squeeze some lemon juice over. Season with salt and pepper.

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88 comments:

Jasna Varcakovic 19/1/15 05:58

Simple, yet very attractive and tasty!
Love that quote at the end...

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Sarah B. 19/1/15 07:43

Das sieht richtig hübch aus mit den geschnittenen Oranngenschreiben und leuchtenden Granatapfelkernen!

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cristina 19/1/15 09:05

What a beautiful, vibrant salad, Angie. The pistachios must be just lovely...besides the color and texture the flavor pairing sounds delicious! :)

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Ritu Ahuja 19/1/15 09:07

Yummy orange and pomegranate salad. It looks sooo delicious and healthy. :)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 19/1/15 10:00

Deliciously healthy! Such a wonderful fruit salad.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Ann Low 19/1/15 10:16

Mmmm。。。my kind of salad :) Looks pretty and delicious!

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Veronica Ng 19/1/15 10:28

This salad looks exotic and I love the beautiful vibrant colours. I think it is just perfect to serve during Chinese New Year. You called it winter salad but I believe it is perfect for our summer days over here too. Thanks for sharing Angie.

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Medeja 19/1/15 10:37

Oh yummy! Looks so yummy and colorful!

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Marcela 19/1/15 10:50

lovely salad, Angie! I love it's exoticness! Looks insanely yummy!

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Eva Taylor 19/1/15 11:35

It sure is a feast for the eyes, the colour is beautiful. Perfect too for this time of year with all the colds and flu floating around.
Eva https://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 19/1/15 13:10

Absolutely stunning salad Angie. I must make this soon.
Sam

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Easyfoodsmith 19/1/15 13:59

Another lovely salad by you that sounds perfect for the weather - citrusy with a good dose of Vit C.

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Chrissy Barua 19/1/15 16:30

This is beautiful and the perfect winter salad! Love it.

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Balvinder Ubi 19/1/15 17:00

What a pretty seasonal salad!

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Gloria Baker 19/1/15 17:15

Look amazing!! I love pomegranate ANgie!

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Liz Berg 19/1/15 18:21

What a vibrant, healthy salad! Perfect bright spot on a cold day :)

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Jeanette 19/1/15 18:45

Love how pretty this winter salad is - I was thinking of making something similar with all the different varieties of oranges available this time of year.

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Lenia 19/1/15 18:46

So beautiful and refreshing! Love it!

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 19/1/15 19:22

Great salad to make with winter selections, but it looks like a plate of summer!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 19/1/15 19:32

What a beautiful vibrant dish, sure to brighten up any winter day!

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inês do crasto 19/1/15 20:50

beautiful salad! i love its colourful character :)
have a nice week

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Pam 19/1/15 21:00

Great salad, Angie! I would've never thought of combining pistachios with the fruit. It is a feast for the eyes, for sure!

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Choc Chip Uru @ Go Bake Yourself 19/1/15 21:15

This pomegranate salad looks exquisite, I love the nut-fruit combo and the colour :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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CookWith Manali 19/1/15 23:13

I just had my lunch and now I am feeling hungry again looking at the pictures! What a wonderful salad Angie...love the color!

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The Yum List 20/1/15 00:29

What a refreshing looking salad.

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Christine Ho 20/1/15 01:27

Beautiful salad, Angie. So love its vibrant colour.

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Ashley@CookieMonsterCooking 20/1/15 01:54

Yay for citrus! This salad looks just lovely! And I love that you used pistachios!

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Monica 20/1/15 02:13

I'm starting to think that I get healthier just by visiting this site! : ) I know my mood improves by looking at vibrant food like this. It's really stunning.

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Rachel (Rachel's Kitchen NZ) 20/1/15 06:27

What a pretty salad - unfortunately we don't get pomegranates here very often - and they aren't grown here - but I am imaging the flavour:)

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Emma | Fork and Good 20/1/15 13:53

Such a beautiful colourful dish Angie! Ahhh, I'm loving it.

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Hema 20/1/15 14:48

So beautifully presented Angie, one question, can I replace truffle oil with olive oil..

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Susan 20/1/15 15:35

What a refreshing salad and so healthy to keep the flu away during this cold winter! XOXO

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Gwen 20/1/15 16:21

What a gorgeous salad! This would brighten up my day for sure!

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Pam 20/1/15 16:26

Your dishes always turn out so beautiful!!! It looks stunning and delicious.

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lena 20/1/15 16:58

indeed a feast to the eyes! love its vibrant colour and all of its combination! great one, angie!

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lisa is cooking 20/1/15 17:24

I love pomegranate seeds with citrus! And, I love these bright, pretty colors in the winter.

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Geraldine Saucier 20/1/15 18:08

A beautiful salad. Very colorful and delicious and healthy:).

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Shashi Charles 20/1/15 20:07

Angie - you always have such colorful presentations - you make me wanna eat salad in winter!!!

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Kelly 20/1/15 20:11

This is such a beautiful salad, Angie! I love all the bright colors and the citrus sounds amazing with the pomegranates and pistachios!

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Nippon Nin 20/1/15 20:39

Lucky! I have lots of oranges still left after posting the orange gratin recipe last week...OK I need to get pomegranate but that's it. The color is super vivid and pretty!

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Ivy 20/1/15 21:29

Now this is a salad I must definitely try and what is even better I have almost all the ingredients. I don't have actual truffle oil but olive oil infused with truffle.

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Amy 20/1/15 22:20

I love your simple and refreshing salad. This is gorgeous and just want a great salad is all about. :)

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 21/1/15 00:07

I love the color of this salad! I prefer fruity salds too! Beautiful, Angie!

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Yelena Strokin 21/1/15 00:44

Looks very fresh and healthy. It is a perfect seasonal salad. Great colors also-))

Hugs,
Yelena

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Amy (Savory Moments) 21/1/15 01:16

Another beautiful salad, Angie! It looks so refreshing, healthy, and bright!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 21/1/15 01:59

What a great salad. It is one I never would have thought of drizzling truffle oil over, but I trust you Angie!

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Tricia Buice 21/1/15 02:18

This is a gorgeous salad. The colors look like spring and we could use some better weather these days. Citrus is plentiful right now so I will be making this salad. Fascinated about the truffle oil - what a unique combination.

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Barbara Bakes 21/1/15 03:10

This salad is so colorful and looks so refreshing. What a great idea.

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mjskit 21/1/15 03:30

What a beautiful and simple citrus salad! I can't get enough citrus during the winter, so I'm always looking for more recipe options. This is a must make! Thanks!

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Sharon D 21/1/15 04:01

Oh my..this is so yummy-looking, Angie. I would love to try this one day. :D

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Kitchen Belleicious 21/1/15 04:06

it is just beautiful! So vibrant and I love citrus salads. They just put me in a good mood!

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Juliana 21/1/15 05:10

Angie, this salad looks fabulous...I love everything...color, flavor...awesome...the truffle oil sounds really interesting.
Enjoy your week :)

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 21/1/15 06:03

This has to be one of my favorite, seasonal salad -- EVER!

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Alida 21/1/15 12:11

Such a happy dish Angie! Love it! It is perfect at this time of the year when we need plenty of vitamin C! I love the red and orange contrast, beautiful.

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Joanne 21/1/15 13:26

So much beautiful citrus! I love the bright winter flavors.

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Claudia 21/1/15 19:08

Now I know what to do with all y lovely oranges in the fridge and pistachios in the freezer! And it's so very pretty!

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fimère .b 21/1/15 19:43

délicieuse salade rafraîchissante et colorée
bonne soirée

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 21/1/15 20:19

It is a feast for the eyes, Angie! The winter citrus is so sweet and delicious now and this is a lovely way to use it. I love the addition of the truffle oil!

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Nazneen Hamilton 21/1/15 21:03

Love. love orange salads, especially with pomegranates. I like use a harissa vinaigrette on mine..add a bit of spice :)
They are so beautiful aren't they?

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Rebecca Subbiah 21/1/15 21:47

such flavor and lovely seasonal salad

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Ann Jones 22/1/15 00:21

Such a bright, great looking salad! I bet my kids would love this, they are obsessed with oranges :)

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Michael Toa 22/1/15 02:22

This salad is a feast to the eyes indeed. The colours are so vibrant. And I'm sure I'd feel even better eating it :)

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Vicki Bensinger 22/1/15 03:13

This is the kind of salad that leaves you feeling so good before, during and after eating it. I can imagine how it tastes just looking at it. Great recipe!

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Anne@FromMySweetHeart 22/1/15 03:23

Wow Angie! The colors alone make me want to dig in! What a sweet way to break out of the winter doldrums!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 22/1/15 16:53

I need to start eating more salads for sure. This one I would probably need quadruple the amount. It looks fantastic and the color are sensational. My kids would love this!

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Violeta Pasat 22/1/15 18:22

This is such a simple,healthy and colorful salad,Angie.I like that dressing.

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Koko 22/1/15 18:34

Eat the rainbow! Beautiful colours. And truffle oil?? Sold!!

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Beth 22/1/15 20:34

I think that's the most beautiful salad I've ever seen, Angie! Definitely a feast for the eyes.

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Catherine 22/1/15 23:13

Dear Angie, I love oranges and this salad looks delicious and pretty too. xoxo Catherine

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 23/1/15 06:09

Angie, I love this one! Simple, fresh and absolutely beautiful!

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grace 23/1/15 17:37

stunning salad! i love the components too--i'd be quite happy to eat this every day!

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dentistvschef 23/1/15 18:09

so beautifull, refreshing and georgeous salad !!!

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Asha Shivakumar 23/1/15 18:28

A pretty little salad and oh so fresh. Would love a big serving.

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GG 24/1/15 12:50

This looks very delicious, the truffle oil is an interesting addition. GG

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Food For Tots 24/1/15 15:45

Your salad is always made up of interesting combinations. It gives me plenty of creative ideas to make mine now. Thank you for the sharing!

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Helene Dsouza 24/1/15 16:52

How decadent! I could loose myself in food dreams with your colorful refreshing salad. I could need this now. :)

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Kathy 24/1/15 20:28

Wow! What a gorgeous salad and it looks so mouthwatering! Lovely!

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Chris Scheuer 25/1/15 01:15

Beautiful salad and gorgeous pictures Angie. I think pomegranates make everything prettier!

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Jeannie Tay 25/1/15 03:47

Refreshing and bright, love it!

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Sue/the view from great island 25/1/15 21:30

How gorgeous is this, I could live on it!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 25/1/15 23:11

Hi Angie, I have citrus coming out of my ears right now, this salad looks perfect!!!

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Jessica Hylton 26/1/15 04:20

Love this bright and vibrant salad Angie! Happy New Year!!

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Debra Eliotseats 27/1/15 03:00

Alas, the pomegranates are gone from our markets. I will have to wait until next winter to make this! Darn!

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Gingi Freeman 27/1/15 05:11

This looks so festive!! It needs to be a holiday dish!! - www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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Roz Corieri Paige 28/1/15 05:14

You said that right Angie . . . perfect for winter! Everything about this salad is so healthy and popping with vivid color! I love citrus salads and with the truffle oil, oh my goodness, this must be amazing!
Hugs,
Roz

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Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 29/1/15 13:37

My mouth just waters when I look at these photos Angie! Great combination of ingredients.

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tigerfish 31/1/15 03:55

Oranges never looked so elegant and gorgeous until now. So inviting with the pomegranate and little garnishes :)

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