Carambola, Blueberry and Pomegranate Salad

I like carambola (starfruit), blueberries, pomegranate and mache.  They were all in the market, so I bought them, made a salad and ate it.  With poppy seed dressing.  Because I deserve it.  Roger would want to know.

Poppy Seed Dressing

1/3 cup white sugar

1/2 cup vinegar

1 tsp salt

1/2 tsp Dijon mustard

1 tsp onion juice

1 cup sunflower oil

1 tbsp poppy seeds

In a blender, blend the sugar, vinegar, salt, mustard and onion juice together.  With the motor running, add the oil to the blender in a thin, steady stream, until incorporated.  Pour into a bowl and add the poppy seeds.  Serve with fruit salad.

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23 Responses to Carambola, Blueberry and Pomegranate Salad

  1. jules1310 says:

    Looks great! Nice blog 🙂

  2. cuminseeds says:

    Looks so pretty! Poppy seed dressing sounds yum.

  3. Spoon Feast says:

    Love carambola! We used to have a tree and I never got tired of them.
    Great salad Rosemary!
    The fruit reminds me of “Winky Dink” but ate them anyway.

  4. Mad Dog says:

    Beautiful and stunning presentation 😉

  5. Carine says:

    What a lovely salad!

  6. Lauren says:

    That looks amazing! I wish I could make it magically appear at my desk for lunch today!

  7. Tessa says:

    Lovely salad! Thanks for the recipe for the poppy seed dressing :).

  8. putneyfarm says:

    Looks just great…almost too good to eat…

  9. That is the prettiest salad ever! It’s full of super-foods too! Yummy.

  10. Michelle says:

    Beautiful! Love the stars! You are definitely in a tart phase, what with yesterday’s currants in the fish and then this—but the poppy seed dressing would undoubtedly tone the sour way down. Yum.

  11. What a fun, healthy, and delicious looking salad. How fun to serve this to a group of friends as a first course!

  12. Meenakshi says:

    Thanks for sharing the dressing recipe.And that is a gorgeous salad. I did not know that starfruit was called carambola!

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