This citrus-forward dish gets tart flavor thanks to the floral ingredient.
“This juicy, crunchy salad is incredibly refreshing and best made when local vitamin C-rich citrus is at its peak in the winter and spring,” says Denver-based recipe developer Julia Heffelfinger. “Hibiscus flowers, which are steeped in water to make the dressing have anti-inflammatory properties that have been shown to help with liver health.” Pro tip: Be sure to check the ingredients when sourcing tea bags. You want something that is predominantly, if not all, hibiscus. You can also buy loose hibiscus tea leaves and bundle them in a disposable tea bag.