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Orange Kalamata Olive Salad

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This healthy and fruity orange olive salad brings colour and joy to any dinner table. It makes an awesome accompaniment for just about any meat dish.
If blood oranges aren't available, ruby red grapefruit is an excellent substitute. Or just use more naval oranges or a mix of oranges and tangerines. Kalamata olives are harvested when they are fully mature and have a distinctive, rich, fruity taste. Use black olives instead if you wish.

  • 2 Naval oranges, peeled and sliced
  • 5 Blood oranges, peeled and sliced
  • 50 g Blanched almond sticks, dry toasted
  • 80 g Kalamata olives, rinsed
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • 3 tbsp Raspberry balsamic glaze
  • 1 tbsp Extra-virgin olive oil
  • Fresh herbs of your choice (I use spring onions, basil leaves, flat pasley leaves and arugula)
  1. Using a sharp knife, peel naval and blood oranges thickly, removing all the bitter white pith. Thinly slice the peeled oranges crosswise, removing any pits.
  2. Stir blanched almond sticks in a small frying pan over medium heat until toasted lightly.
  3. Arrange orange slices on a large serving platter. Top with toasted nuts, olives and fresh herbs of your choice. Season with salt and pepper. Then drizzle with balsamic glaze and olive oil just before serving.

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53 comments:

Lowcarb team member 9/12/21 00:43

So colourful.
Looks so nice on the table, and delicious to eat :)

All the best Jan

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Brian 9/12/21 00:47

That sure is festive!

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Gustyanita Pratiwi 9/12/21 01:20

something sweet in this day sound great angie..i want to try how sweet naval and blood orange...especially the last one...

thanks for the recipe ^^

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mjskit 9/12/21 01:57

I make an orange kalamata relish to put on top of asparagus, but never thought of making a salad. What a gorgeous salad and the flavors of those ingredients are so complementary. Love the addition of the raspberry balsamic. Just bought some BTW :)

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Tom 9/12/21 02:05

...this is such a colorful treat!

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J.P. Alexander 9/12/21 03:25

Rica ensalada muy llamativa. Gracias por la receta te mando un beso

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Nancy Chan 9/12/21 05:14

Looks beautiful and delicious. Love this fruits salad.

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kathyinozarks 9/12/21 05:54

what a gorgeous salad-my husband would love this

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Graciela Bacino 9/12/21 06:20

Riquísima y colorida!
Gracias Angie!!
🌼🍀

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Nammi 9/12/21 07:12

oh the colours! its like sunshine on a plate

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Lola Martínez 9/12/21 08:01

La ensalada de naranja es una de mis preferidas, aún cuando no la preparo como tú, pero como me gusta mucho también, la prepararé porque sé que me va a gustar mucho.
Bss

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speedy70 9/12/21 09:10

Una perfetta insalata per le feste!!!

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Irma 9/12/21 09:12

What a delicious fruit salad.
I always start the day with fruit and often some fruit in the afternoon as well.
Greetings Irma

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shirleysimplerecipe 9/12/21 09:22

Looks delicious salad 🥗🍊😀!

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Margaret D 9/12/21 10:20

Looks gorgeous. My late mother used to make similar and it was delicious

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The Velvet Runway 9/12/21 12:05

This looks colorful, healthy and delicious!
Julia x
https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

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Rose world 9/12/21 12:58

Orange salad is nice, full of vitamin.

I used the leftover Mandarin oranges once and make salad of it. Simple salad, just oranges, almonds, sesame seeds and dressing. So refreshing and a good way to finish the Chinese New Year fruits and snacks.

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My name is Erika. 9/12/21 13:02

I love oranges in salad, and so the idea of a salad made with oranges is really appealing. Happy Thursday!

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DEZMOND 9/12/21 13:17

Love the little crystal boat dish! I'm sad that we almost never have blood oranges here, but I do ever so love them.

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New Classic r 9/12/21 13:27

This is one of my favorite winter salads. Yours looks so flavorful. Thanks for the reminder Angie.

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thepaintedapron.com 9/12/21 15:27

What a beautiful and unique salad, so refreshing!

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Kitchen Riffs 9/12/21 15:34

Such a wonderful winter salad! Love the combo of oranges and olives -- so, so classic and good. Thanks!

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foodtravelandwine 9/12/21 17:02

So simple and delicious at the same time!!!....lots of vitamins too!....I love it!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

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Martyna 9/12/21 17:32

This look great:) I'd like to try this ;)

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Gloria Baker 9/12/21 17:32

Looks delicious and beauty Angie !!

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bill 9/12/21 18:07

Very colourful and looks delicious.

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Marissa 9/12/21 18:31

I love the play of sweet, salty, briny, zesty flavors in this festive salad, Angie. Perfect for the holidays!

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Pam 9/12/21 19:42

Great combination of flavors & it's pretty too!

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lea 9/12/21 21:20

Buonissima! In Sicilia è un'insalata invernale molto diffusa!

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Pedro 9/12/21 22:29

Very rich, fresh, light and appetizing your salad!
Greetings

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Haddock 10/12/21 00:31

Everything looks appetizing (and healthy)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 10/12/21 01:04

I love this salad and you make it look so gorgeous!

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Tisa Jacob 10/12/21 03:34

So colorful and pretty. Would go wonderfully with Indian pulao.

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Kelly | Foodtasia 10/12/21 05:06

Such a wonderful salad, Angie! Love all the flavors and textures!

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 10/12/21 06:13

This just looks so refreshing and great served between courses as a palette cleanser?

Olives and oranges are a new combination of flavours to me, I need to try it!

I would have to swap out the blood oranges though, as I just can't bring myself to eat them, which is silly because it is only the name putting me off I know!

Thanks for sharing and have a lovely weekend :)

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babYpose 10/12/21 10:26

Colorful salad sure delicious with orange, never heard of kalamata, but look tempting to taste..

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Ben | Havocinthekitchen 10/12/21 14:13

Love citrus salads for being so juicy, fresh, bright, and delicious! This looks wonderful!

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bread&salt 10/12/21 21:09

This salad looks very different and new! I havent tried orange in salad before. Looks yummy.

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Cooking Julia 10/12/21 23:55

The colors of your salad are wonderful!

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David 11/12/21 02:55

Angie, That salad is so festive and colorful! Love oranges...especially when someone else preps them first... Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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eileeninmd 11/12/21 11:24

Hello,
Delicious! This salad looks so pretty and colorful. Thanks for sharing!
Have a happy weekend!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 11/12/21 15:34

I love how fresh this is and we love olives !

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Muriel 11/12/21 16:54

Cette salade me met en appétit avec ses saveurs salées-sucrées. Bon weekend Angie

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gluten Free A_Z Blog 12/12/21 00:56

Such a colorful and festive salad. Looks delicious.

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EASYFOODSMITH 13/12/21 12:17

I am sucker for citrus and this is absolutely my kind of salad.

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Sherry's Pickings 13/12/21 12:57

this looks so fresh and fruity angie. how delicious!

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Patryk 14/12/21 13:19

Wow, this looks very tasty :P Yummy :) Very healthy and very colorful this salad :) It's ideal a salad for lunch :)

Kind regards and have a nice day,
Patryk

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Raymund 15/12/21 03:28

Very nice, very vibrant

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Valentina 20/12/21 03:12

Absolutely beautiful! Love the salty Kalamatas with the tangy citrus! So festive, too. -) ~Valentina

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