July 26th, 2012

Fruit Salad Hawaiian with Banana Dressing and Ginger Dressing

Fruit Salad Hawaiian



There’s nothing better than fresh fruit in the summertime, and the great thing about this fruit salad is that your guests can not only choose which fruits they want, they can also choose which dressing they want.  Both of the dressings are fabulous.  The last time I served this salad at a family get-together, my sister told me that she particularly likes the banana dressing.  I personally can’t get enough of the ginger dressing, and it’s the first one to go at my house.  To make this salad, you will need fruits such as pineapple, cantaloupe, honeydew melon, papayas, mangoes, kiwi fruit, green grapes, and strawberries.  You’ll also need several ingredients for the two dressings as well as some leaf lettuce for garnish.


Prepare the banana dressing by placing all of the ingredients in a blender container.  Cover and blend until smooth, 12 to 15 seconds.  Refrigerate for 1 hour.  Prepare the ginger dressing by mixing all of the ingredients together.  Refrigerate for 1 hour.  Place the leaf lettuce on a serving platter.  If there is room on the plate, set two small bowls for the dressing in the middle of the lettuce.

Cut the fruit as directed and arrange it on the serving platter around the two bowls. When you are ready to serve the salad, pour the two dressings into the serving bowls.

Fruit Salad Hawaiian

Fruit Salad Hawaiian

Posted under Salads

2 Responses to “Fruit Salad Hawaiian with Banana Dressing and Ginger Dressing”

  1. I do lots of things for the office and some parties. This will be great. Love the look.

  2. I appreciate your comments, Cindy! I’m glad you have been enjoying the stuffed jalapenos. I think you will like this salad, too. The ginger dressing is my favorite part.

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