Limonchile Spiced Fruit

Limón-Chile Spiced Fruit

Limón-Chile Spiced Fruit

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Our Limón-Chile seasoning deserved to be celebrated in its simplest form. With fruit! This seasoning goes great with summer flavors so taking advantage of fruit at its peak was a no brainer.

This platter is full of color, flavors and texture. If you look closely at our Limón-Chile you’ll see the gradients of different shades of red peppers. It’s tart and salty making it a perfect compliment for sweet and juicy produce. We’re a long way from the streets of Mexico where you see venders pushing around fruit carts and showering the fruit with chiles and lime, but this platter is sure to add some spice to your fiesta.

Yields
1 servings
Limonchile Spiced Fruit

Ingredients

Fruit and Veggies featured:
  • Jicama, cut into batons
  • Mango, sliced
  • English cucumber, sliced at a biased
  • Watermelon wedges
  • Granny Smith apple, sliced
  • Orange wedges
  • Limes for juice

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Directions

Arrange the fruit and veggies into neat piles. While cutting the fruit keep the slices together for easy fanning. After the platter is arranged liberally shower the fruit with lime juice using a citrus squeezer. Sprinkle Limón-Chile seasoning to taste. Serve fruit cold and eat immediately. 

Limonchile Spiced Fruit

Limón-Chile Spiced Fruit

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Fruit and Veggies featured:
  • Jicama, cut into batons
  • Mango, sliced
  • English cucumber, sliced at a biased
  • Watermelon wedges
  • Granny Smith apple, sliced
  • Orange wedges
  • Limes for juice

Arrange the fruit and veggies into neat piles. While cutting the fruit keep the slices together for easy fanning. After the platter is arranged liberally shower the fruit with lime juice using a citrus squeezer. Sprinkle Limón-Chile seasoning to taste. Serve fruit cold and eat immediately. 

Limón-Chile Spiced Fruit

Our Limón-Chile seasoning deserved to be celebrated in its simplest form. With fruit! This seasoning goes great with summer flavors so taking advantage of fruit at its peak was a no brainer.

This platter is full of color, flavors and texture. If you look closely at our Limón-Chile you’ll see the gradients of different shades of red peppers. It’s tart and salty making it a perfect compliment for sweet and juicy produce. We’re a long way from the streets of Mexico where you see venders pushing around fruit carts and showering the fruit with chiles and lime, but this platter is sure to add some spice to your fiesta.

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