WV1: Apple~Cherry Salad

Thick ganji like ragi malt without sweetener.
A cup of brown chickpea guggullu

1 cup of dal in rasam consistency
1 cup of brown chickpea guggullu with plenty of backyard cherry tomatoes
small cup of homemade yogurt

Glass of cold buttermilk from homemade yogurt

Cup of toordal rasam with key lime pickle
A big bowl of apple-cherry salad with homemade yogurt. Delicious and sweet, loved this refreshing and light salad for meal.

About an hour walk on sightseeing day trip.

In retrospect:
Didn’t feel deprived in anyway and surprisingly no hunger pangs.
Busy but beautiful day.

Apple and Cherry

Apple~Cherry Salad
(for two servings)

1 Fuji apple
12 Bing cherries
1/2 cup homemade yogurt
Pinch each – salt and crushed black pepper

Peel the apple skin. Cut and remove the seed part. Dice the apple to bite-sized pieces.
Make a cut in the middle and remove the pit from cherries. Chop each half into two.
Take yogurt in a cup. Add salt and black pepper. Combine well. Add the cut fruits. Mix and serve.

Apple and Cherry Salad
Apple~Cherry Salad for Meal Today

© Recipe and Photos Copyright 2009 Indira Singari.


11 Responses to “WV1: Apple~Cherry Salad”

  1. Indian Girl says:

    Gr8 ! I have apples and cherries ! Will try this out ASAP. Is there a reason you peeled the apple ? I love apple with its skin on but will it be bad in this salad ?

    Hello IG, I remember reading that apples are one of the pesticide heavy crops in the market, my reason for peeling the skin. But, in general skins are good and nutrient rich.
    Let me know how you like this salad if you try. Thanks.

  2. tigress says:

    you just reminded me how simple and lovely indian dishes can be. for me, the salt & pepper takes this dish to another time and place as even that simple pairing is something you rarely see in american cooking. thanks!

  3. Manasi says:

    I love how you present food with the main ingredients nestled in each other! Salt and pepper to the yogurt is a great idea, bet it brings out all the sweet juiciness of the fruits.

  4. arundati says:

    today is day one for me… am hoping it will go well!! salad looks great… i love apples in salad, a bit of sweet and a lot of crunch

  5. Kay says:

    Indira, You did GREAT! I sent you an email. I would avoid ragi(grain) and cherries (has more sugar) just for these two weeks. Stock on different kind of nuts too. They make a great snack. 🙂

  6. prasanti says:

    we have apples, we have cherries (got them in bulk at a local shop where they sell in bulk to restaurant people),
    i always happen to have home made yogurt….thanks for the idea,kind of got bored eating just the fruit, esp. cherries….apples i love them with a dip in smooth peanut butter…..so i am going to make your salad today….looks soo wonderful.

  7. DK says:

    I dont know why – I am just on onto fruit salads. Give me 5 different fruits- will munch it up – but mix them as one, I cant take it!

  8. Sandhya says:

    I thought you that you are eating too less (about 600-800 calories, when actually you should be having around 1200 cals atleast), in which case your metabolism may drop and you will have a hard time maintaining weight.
    Have you tried the Shangri-la diet?
    I have posted links from your pages as recommended recipes on this Shangri-la diet forum.

  9. Jyoti says:

    Simple and delicious! Will cherries in season, this is perfect.

  10. vineela says:

    Dear Indira,
    Lost your phone number .Please call me back .Love the post too.
    Thank you

  11. Lakshmi says:

    I wanted to know something here..can we use chickpeas and pesalu alternatively? I mean sprouted/non sprouted etc..

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