Coming Up Roses.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

This vibrant recipe for marinated mango (sprinkled with chili, salt, and wild rose petals!) stopped me in my blog-scrolling tracks yesterday. Dreamed up by nutritionist Sarah Britton of the excellent blog My New Roots, it's exactly the type of dish that makes me so thankful it's summer (and with the sort of weather we've been having this year, I need all the reasons I can get).


See the recipe at My New Roots. I can't wait to try it. (Also, you can read about the last time I experimented in the kitchen with roses, here.)

Photo by Sarah Britton for My New Roots.

12 comments:

jacquelyn | lark & linen said...

what a crazy combination! I'm sure it would taste phenomenal

Kristina @ Sarcire said...

That looks heavenly! I once did a rose-infused vanilla cake with strawberry icing. I love using flowers into food- like lavender flavored ice cream. YUM!

Joanne Ambía said...

This is so cool! My dad would always eat flowers, but I was too scared to try it. Will definetely start with roses on top of icecream!

Liz @ ThingsThatMakeUs said...

my new roots is one of my favorite blogs...check out her raw chocolate recipe too (there's nothing better than having chocolate be healthy). i can't wait to try that mango!

Stephanie said...

Yum! I don't think you can ever go wrong with sweet and spicy.

ever ours said...

never thought to throw in rose petals with a salad! let us know how it is!

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

Mango with the chili sounds great, but I'm not really sure where to buy rosepetals... :)

Heather said...

Wow, that looks amazing! I love sweet and spicy combos!

Ladies Holiday said...

simply pinable...and so tasty looking. love the vibrancy. cheers!
deirdre

Pink Ronnie said...

Looks amazing… now I'm excited for summer!!
Ronnie xo

Shoko said...

Kristina, that sounds amazing! And that's so funny you should mention lavender ice cream - I just had a bowl at one of my favorite restaurants. It had honey drizzled over it and was garnished with fresh peaches. Delicious!

Lydia, will do!

Eva Martínez Vázquez said...

I don´t know how it would taste but it looks BEAUTIFUL!!!!

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