This is quite simply the most delicious salad you’ll try all summer.
Sinfully easy to make, beautiful, vibrant, fresh, perfect for a lazy lunch at home or as a take-a-long to a summer garden party.
You are going to love it! (Even more than you loved the BLT Bowl, and I know that’s saying something!)
Particularly with a nice chilled glass of rosé when it’s hot out.
To make it for two, you’ll need:
Watermelon (a bowl full of cubes)
Half a block of feta cheese
1 handful of peanuts
Torn handful of coriander leaves
Juice of 1 lime
Drizzle of olive oil
Start by cutting your melon into cubes. I took one big melon, cut it in half (with a bread knife) then cut a big slice off the top of that half. Then cubed it. (See below.)
Pop your melon into a bowl or onto a serving plate.
Cube your feta and sprinkle around the melon.
Grab a handful of coriander, hold over the salad and snip with scissors until it’s sprinkled all over the top.
Crush your peanuts with something heavy (easier if they’re in a sandwich bag) then sprinkle over the top.
Squeeze your lime over everything and drizzle with olive oil.
And you’re done!
I told you it was easy!
The perfect center piece for any summer table.
Easy to take to work for lunch-al-desko too, as there’s no sloppy dressing.
Just the Greek flavours I’ve been craving since waving goodbye to Mykonos.
Wrap up your left over melon, you’re going to want to make another bowlful tomorrow!