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Any-Season Fruit Bowl

Any-Season Fruit Bowl

"A refreshing fruit salad like this one is a welcome addition to a winter meal. A hint of anise gives it real holiday flavor...and it looks gorgeous on a buffet table."
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30 m servings
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  1. In a medium saucepan, combine water, sugar, lime juice, anise and salt. Bring to a boil over medium heat; cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from the heat; cover and refrigerate for 6 hours or overnight. Combine fruit in a large bowl; add dressing and toss to coat. Cover and chill for at least 1 hour.

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We made this recipe for our hospital health fair, and man, is it good! The anise flavoring makes the sauce. The sauce recipe can be cut in half, it makes way too much. We also substitued bananas...

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Prep time 5 minutes? Are you kidding me??? It took me 5 min just to peel one kiwi, let alone peel and cut up rest of fruit. It took over an hour! Also, it cost me 40 bucks to purchase ingredient...

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We made this recipe for our hospital health fair, and man, is it good! The anise flavoring makes the sauce. The sauce recipe can be cut in half, it makes way too much. We also substitued bananas...

This was very easy to make and very tasty. I was a little worried about the anise flavor because I am not a big fan of the anise flavor. But after cooking the syrup as directed it left just a ve...

Awesome and easy. I made the dressing for half portion and then used it for two batches. And must say very delicious. Just be carefull not to burn the sugar. That what happened to me first time.

Prep time 5 minutes? Are you kidding me??? It took me 5 min just to peel one kiwi, let alone peel and cut up rest of fruit. It took over an hour! Also, it cost me 40 bucks to purchase ingredient...

Amazing! Next time I will add the pineapple juice to the syrup instead of all water.

Wonderful! Everyone loved it.They kept saying "it's got something in it what is it?" I substituted splenda for the sugar so I had to reduce the amount by half. This was truly amazing and I will ...

Beautiful fresh fruit! Caution while cooking the syrup - mine also burned the first time I made this. This was refrigerated overnight - but ended up reheating - so I could mix it with the fruit...

Very good! I love anise myself, so I think I might be a little partial. The other guests seemed to enjoy it.

Delisious and easy to make.

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