5 Reviews

Very good! I used unsulfured apricots instead of figs, grape juice instead of wine, and didn't use any sugar. It is great and the grape juice made it a pretty color. I think it is sweet enough with the bananas and the dried fruit. Reviewed for the Veg*n Recipe Swap. Thanks!

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mliss29 September 26, 2008

I ended up making substitutions, but was happy with the results so I am awarding five stars. I used dried apricots in place of the figs and white grape juice instead of wine. I eliminated the sugar. It was a nice fruit salad. Loved the walnuts! Thank you for sharing your recipe!

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Susie D July 15, 2006

Very simple and easy way to get your fruits!! I also scaled the size way down. Instead of walnuts i garnished with Crystallized Orange Nuts Crystallized Orange Nuts by PanNan. These are sweet so didn't need the sugar! thanks for a nice and different fruit salad!

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Jessica K November 09, 2005

I made a quarter portion and ate some of this for breakfast with a dollop of creamy Greek yoghurt. The only changes I made were to use sultanas rather than raisins (I’ve never liked raisins) and to use apple juice instead of wine. And I didn’t add any sugar. Yummy!

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bluemoon downunder November 06, 2005

Reduced recipe for smaller quantity. Really fresh and yummy! Great side for lunch or nice breakfast with yogurt.

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) November 06, 2005
Israeli Winter Fruit Cup