Make Ahead. Three simple ingredients create a complex, creamy, marmalade-kissed dressing.
Oxmoor House JANUARY 2001
1. Combine first 3 ingredients; cover and chill.
2. Core apple and pear; cut each into 20 bite-size pieces. Toss apple and pear pieces with lemon juice.
3. Thread fruit alternately onto 20 (6-inch) wooden skewers. Serve kabobs with coconut dressing.
Note: Since coconut is a plant food, it contains no cholesterol. However, coconut is very high in fat, and the fat is mostly saturated, which increases blood cholesterol. If you're a coconut lover, don't give it up altogether; enjoy it in very small amounts as in the recipe above.
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