Tomato & Watermelon Salad

Here's a perfect taste summer. Goes well with homebaked bread. 

SIDE / 10- 15 MIN / 4 PAX / EASY

INGREDIENTS

  • Small watermelon

  • 2 medium tomatoes 

  • 6 basil leaves

  • 50 g feta 

  • ¾ tbsp olive oil

  • 1/2 tbsp mirin 

  • Salt & pepper to taste

  • 1 ½ handfuls of of mixed greens or arugula

  • Small squeeze of lemon

  • 1 ½ tsp of lemon zest

HOW TO MAKE IT

  1. Wash the mixed greens or arugula if it needs to be washed, put half in the bottom of a salad  bowl. 

  2. Then cut the watermelon into 2 cm cubes, add half to the bowl. 

  3. Remove the stems of the tomatoes, then remove the seeds and cut the remaining tomato into 1 ½ cm chunks. Add a half to the bowl. 

  4. Crumble half of the feta over the salad, drizzle half the mirin and olive oil over the salt and then repeat the process with the remaining ingredients.

  5. Finally salt and pepper to taste and toss. Enjoy!

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Recipe by Gillian Szucs

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