1. Cut rind from the watermelon, then chop the fruit into desired sized chunks.
2. Place the cubed watermelon in a large glass salad bowl. Scoop or cube the melon and add to the salad bowl. De-skin the grapefruit and add over the melons. Chop the herbs and add to the salad bowl.
3. Crumble the feta into the salad bowl and mix it in gently to integrate the cheese into the salad.
4. Serve as a side or a dessert and for the adults, that dare, a drizzle of vodka works quite well 😉 Add a pinch of freshly ground pepper and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup if you wish. We just love it.
♣ Save Print Watermelon, Avocado, and Mint Salad with Feta Cheese Prep time. Depending on the season, the Dominican man sells fresh fruits and vegetables like coconuts, bananas, papayas, watermelon, sweet potatoes, yams, plantains, etc
Please note that in the photo above, I substituted Israeli couscous for the orzo (because I was out of orzo) and left out the feta cheese (because feta wasn’t going to work with the main dish I was serving that particular night)
You get texture for the walnut’s and crisp lettuce and lovely creamy and salty note’s from the feta. So it is feeling a lot like spring here in the UK so I thought a nice fresh salad would work a treat and it did
1 In a small bowl, whisk together lime juice, vinegar, honey, olive oil, chili powder, cumin, cayenne, salt, and pepper. 2 Combine watermelon, jicama, and mango in a large bowl. 3 Pour dressing over and toss well
Add arugula, walnuts, cucumber andfeta just before serving. Meanwhile make the vinaigrette by whisking lemon juice, salt, pepper, oil, vinegar, cumin, then toss in the onion rings, after a few minutes they will soften and turn pink