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Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime

I love hearts of palm, and this Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime is delicious with or without Cilantro. And this tasty vegan salad is also gluten-free, Paleo, Whole 30, low-glycemic, and South Beach Diet friendly. Use Salad Recipes to find more recipes like this one.

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Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, Cilantro, and Lime was the happy result when I arranged a marriage between my favorite Vegan Heart of Palm and Avocado Salad and Colorful Tomato Salad with Hearts of Palm. This offspring salad had all the good qualities of the parents, plus some new qualities of its own, and I love combining beloved ingredients in slightly different ways. If you’re a fan of hearts of palm, I bet you’ll like this salad as much as I did!

I tried this salad experiment out on a bunch of food blogging friends, and they all gave it a big thumbs up, which I think is a pretty good recommendation.  And although I rarely say it, this combination is one where I think the cilantro is really 100% optional, so if you can’t get too excited about cilantro, just leave it out. You could serve this as a side salad, but I’d happily eat a big bowl of this and call it lunch!

Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime found on KalynsKitchen.com

Put the hearts of palm into a colander and let them drain well. While the palm hearts drain, cut up the avocados and toss them with 2 T lime juice.

Cut the drained hearts of palm into slices and separate into rings.   (The ends of the stalk may not separate, so just cut them into halves.) Cut grape tomatoes in half to make 1 cup, or use even less tomatoes if you prefer lower carbs.

Thinly slice the green onion and chop the cilantro. (If you’re skipping the cilantro, I might use a little more sliced green onion.) Toss the hearts of palm, tomatoes, and sliced green onions with the avocado/lime juice mixture, and then add as much more lime juice as desired.  (I used 1 T more lime juice.  I use my fresh-frozen lime juice for recipes like this.)  Season the salad generously with salt.

Then toss in the chopped avocado and gently combine with the salad. Try hard not to eat all the salad in one sitting!

More Salads with Hearts of Palm:

Tomato, Hearts of Palm Salad, Olive, and Feta Salad with Basil Vinaigrette ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Toasted Garlicky Quinoa Salad with Tomatoes, Hearts of Palm, and Goat Cheese ~ Aggie’s Kitchen
Vegan Heart of Palm and Avocado Salad with Lime, Green Onion, and Cilantro from Kalyn’s Kitchen
Hearts of Palm, Artichoke, Artichoke, and Butter Lettuce Salad ~ That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Chicken Salad with Mustard, Hearts of Palm, and Olives ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen
Tomato and Hearts of Palm Salad from Foodie Crush
Lemony Shrimp Salad with Avocado, Heart of Palm, and Feta ~ Kalyn’s Kitchen

Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime

This Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime is delicious with or without Cilantro.

Ingredients:

  • 1 can (15 oz.) hearts of palm (or half of a 25 oz. jar), drained and cut into slices
  • 2 small avocados, diced
  • 2 T + 1 T fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 1 cup small grape tomatoes, cut in half
  • 1/4 cup thinly sliced green onion (or more if not using cilantro)
  • 1/2 cup chopped cilantro (optional)
  • sea salt to taste

Directions:

  1. Put palm hearts into a colander placed in the sink and let them drain while you prep other ingredients.
  2. Dice avocados, put them in a bowl large enough to hold all the salad ingredients, and toss with 2 T of fresh lime juice.
  3. Slice the hearts of palm and separate into rings (or cut in half if they don’t separate easily.)
  4. Cut the grape tomatoes into half.
  5. Slice the green onions and chop the cilantro (if using.)
  6. Toss the hearts of palm, tomatoes, and green onions with the avocado/lime juice mixture, then add more lime juice to taste.  (I added another tablespoon of lime juice.)
  7. Season the salad generously with sea salt and then gently mix in the chopped cilantro (if using.)
  8. I thought this was best served right away, but recently a small dish of it got buried in my fridge, and I still gobbled it up after it had been in the fridge for several days!

Notes:

I use my fresh-frozen lime juice for recipes like this.

Recipe created by Kalyn by combining two beloved heart of palm salads.

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Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
This Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime would be good for low-glycemic diet plans. Avocados are a limited food for the South Beach Diet, but if you stick with portion size of not more than one-fourth of this salad as a serving, this would be fine. If you’re following a strict low-carb diet you could make the salad with less tomatoes, and the salad will still be great!

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14 comments on “Heart of Palm Salad with Tomato, Avocado, and Lime”

  1. This looks delicious and is definitely going on my "must try" list (WITH cilantro)! I love hearts of palm and always add them to my lentil salad����

  2. This was really good! Thanks for sharing. I couldn't find hearts of palm so I used artichoke hearts and really liked it.

  3. I made this for dinner tonight with mint to replace the cilantro, because it's what I had on hand. Also used one avocado instead of two, since it's just me and I didn't want the leftovers to go overly brown before lunch tomorrow. Mint-lime-avocado is my new favorite combination. Thanks for sharing, Kalyn!

  4. Thanks Kelley; I am excited to make it again soon!

  5. I can personally attest the deliciousness of this salad. The cilantro and lime really make it! Another great dish, Kalyn!!

  6. So glad everyone is liking this! I agree, with cilantro for me. And Rosa I share your love for palm hearts!

  7. A fabulous salad! That combination is awesome. I am such a big fan of palm hearts.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  8. This looks wonderful. I have never tried heart of palm, but all the other ingredients are things I love so I suspect I will love the heart of palm too. Definitely on my next shopping list.

  9. I was just raving to my sister about this salad, and I can't wait to make it now!!

  10. WITH cilantro please! I love hearts of palm. I always add them to lettuce salads. Never thought to actually feature them in a salad without lettuce. Thanks!

  11. I know i say this every time you post something like this but, I can't believe I've never tried hearts of palm! Crazy and weird and just wrong of me!

  12. I think I will like this one. I do love heart of palm and avocados. Thank you.

  13. Love the combination of flavors and colors in this salad, and I can just imagine the lime dressing that makes it sparkle. Isn't it fun when you take something old and make something completely new out of it?

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