I like to layer this salad and serve. So first place the mixed greens, followed by microgreens. Then layer the fruits and prunes. Drizzle honey and serve right away.
Alternatively, you can mix all the ingredients except honey and just drizzle honey before serving.
As I mentioned before, this is a very basic salad recipe. You can customize it according to your preference.
Instead of mixed greens, you can just go with baby spinach or go for a combination of baby spinach, baby kale, and baby arugula. I would prefer tender and young greens for this salad.
I have tried this salad with dates and raisins instead of prunes. Again, you can add either one or combine all the three dry fruits.
I like this combo of pineapples and raspberries with greens. But you add other berries and available fresh fruits.
You can also add roasted nuts like almonds, walnuts, pecans for additional crunch. If you want to keep your salt intake in the bay, then opt for unsalted nuts.
You can use a tsp or two of any citrus zest for the fresh flavor.
Make sure to use sweet pineapples. Tangy pineapples don't go well in this salad. I would recommend fresh sweet pineapples, but if you can't source it, you can use canned ones. But drain the water completely before using it.