I love a really good end of summer salad that feels light, refreshing and reminds me to soak up the last of the fresh summer produce. That’s exactly what this salad is. I dreamt it up one afternoon while browsing the aisles and then proceeded to head home, chop my fruits and veggies, drizzle it with a fabulous dilly tahini dressing, jazz it up with arugula and DEVOUR IT.
Avocado peach tomato salad ingredients
This gorgeous, summery peach tomato salad is packed with fresh produce for a mix of sweet and tangy. You’ll absolutely love the dilly tahini dressing paired with those sweet peaches. Here’s everything you need:
- For the salad: fresh sweet corn, peach, english (or persian) cucumber, cherry tomatoes, avocado, arugula or baby arugula.
- For the dilly tahini dressing: tahini, fresh lemon juice, pure maple syrup, warm water, fresh dill, garlic powder, salt & pepper.
- Optional add-ins: roasted pumpkin seeds, fresh basil leaves and feta if you’d like.
Tips for making this vegan peach tomato salad
- Use firm avocados: firmer, but still ripe avocados are best in this salad because they’ll keep their shape. Check out exactly how to cut an avocado safely here!
- Use firm(ish) peaches: like the avocados, firmer peaches won’t break apart as much if you use just slightly ripe ones.
- Taste & adjust the dressing: everyone’s tahini brands tend to be different, so if you’re finding that it’s too thick, feel free to add a bit more water. Add salt & pepper according to your taste preferences as well. We love this brand of tahini — feel free to use ‘ambitiouskitchen’ for 10% off your order at checkout.
Customize this summer peach tomato salad
This peach tomato salad is great for customizing with what you have on-hand.
- Add a boost of protein with chickpeas, tofu, grilled chicken, salmon or shrimp.
- Add your favorite grain like quinoa, cauliflower rice or couscous.
- Top with delicious mix-ins like roasted pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds or toasted almonds.
How to store this peach tomato salad
Store any leftovers in an airtight container for up to 4-5 days. You can either store it with the dressing mixed in or save the dressing on the side to add when you’re serving.
What to serve it with
This summery peach tomato salad makes the perfect side dish for tons of your favorite mains. Serve it with:
I hope you love this fresh & delicious avocado peach tomato salad! If you make it be sure to leave a comment and a rating so I know how you liked it. You can also share a photo on Instagram with the hashtag #ambitiouskitchen. Enjoy, xo!
Avocado Peach Tomato Salad with Dilly Tahini Dressing
Gorgeous avocado peach tomato salad with a creamy dilly tahini dressing. This summer peach tomato salad is tossed with fresh sweet corn, crunchy cucumber and zippy arugula for a refreshing lunch or side dish to serve all season long. Add your favorite protein for a complete meal!
- For the salad:
ears of sweet corn, shucked
large slightly ripe peach, sliced
english cucumber, sliced (or 2-3 persian cucumbers)
cherry tomatoes, halved
ripe but still slightly firm avocado, sliced
arugula or baby arugula
- For the dilly tahini dressing:
fresh lemon juice (about ½ lemon, juiced)
pure maple syrup
warm water, to thin dressing
chopped fresh dill
salt, plus more to taste
- Freshly ground black pepper
roasted pumpkin seeds
fresh basil leaves
In a large bowl, add all of the ingredients for the salad: sweet corn, peach slices, cucumber sliced, cherry tomatoes, avocado, and arugula. Alternatively you can arrange the salad on a platter if you are entertaining.
Next make the dilly tahini dressing by mixing together the ingredients for the dressing in a bowl: tahini, lemon juice, maple syrup, water, dill, garlic powder, salt and pepper.
Pour the dressing over the salad and toss with tongs, or you can drizzle it over the salad on the platter for a more beautiful effect. Top with pumpkin seeds, basil and/or feta, if desired. Sprinkle with a little more salt and pepper. Serve immediately. Serves 4.
This salad would also be delicious served over or with cooked quinoa or couscous. Feel free to add a can of chickpeas or serve with chicken to make it a full meal!
Servings: 4 servings
Serving size: 1 serving (based on 4)
Saturated fat: 1.9g
Recipe by: Monique Volz // Ambitious Kitchen | Photography by: Eat Love Eats