When it comes to pairing vivid colors with outstanding flavor, few of my recipes compare to this simple autumn dish. Ripe, flavorful persimmons being available only once a year makes it even more special and unique.
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● 2 firm, ripe persimmons, peeled
● ½ cup plain hummus
● 2 Tbsp chopped fresh mint (or small whole leaves)
● ¼ cup pomegranate arils
On a serving plate, arrange the slices of persimmon, slightly overlapping the slices, with a dollop of hummus in the center of each slice (persimmon, hummus, Persimmon, hummus, Persimmon, etc). When the slices are all arranged, sprinkle with the mint and pomegranate arils.
Tips: This recipe is simple, and lends itself to adjustment and experimentation. Instead of mint, try basil or thyme. Instead of pomegranate, use homemade cranberry sauce or currants. Play around and find your own favorite flavor combinations.