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Watermelon and orange are fruits that you get all round the year and they combine beautifully because the watery sweetness of watermelon and the juicy tang of oranges complement each other very well. Add to this some feta cheese and you bring in tinges of salty creaminess to the salad. Ingredients: 1/4 of a small (6 pound) seedless watermelon.

1 large orange (or 2-3 nectarines), peeled with pith removed. 1/4 small red onion, very thinly sliced. 2 ounces feta cheese, thinly sliced. 1/4 cup fresh parsley, roughly chopped. 4 teaspoons olive oil.

Salt and pepper, to taste. A summery cheese salad, this has been devised with a nod towards the Mediterranean. The salty tang of creamy feta cheese is contrasted with bright pink and orange fruit, luscious and full of sweet flavour. A mix of salad leaves adds a slightly peppery taste, and toasted seeds give crunch.

4-1/2 cups cubed seedless watermelon. 1 can (11 ounces) mandarin oranges, drained. 1/2 small red onion, sliced. 1/4 cup crumbled feta cheese.

2. Whisk vinegar, honey, salt and pepper in a small bowl; gradually whisk in oil until completely incorporated. Step 2 Combine watermelon, cucumber, feta and. Watermelon, Orange, and Feta Salad View Recipe this link opens in a new tab.

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Orange. Whisk together the orange juice, lemon juice, shallots, honey, salt, and pepper. Slowly pour in the olive oil, whisking constantly, to form an emulsion. If not.

This watermelon salad is full of sliced cucumbers, crumbled feta cheese and mint, all tossed in an easy lime dressing. A simple yet unusual summer salad that’s sure to get rave reviews. Watermelon feta salad is one of those flavor combinations. 1. Place watermelon chunks in a large bowl.

Finely chop lemon zest. Add lemon juice and half of zest to bowl with watermelon. Add oil, mint, and arugula (if using) and toss until watermelon is evenly dressed.

Season lightly to taste with salt and pepper. Gently toss the watermelon, tomatoes, onion, and mint together in a large bowl; add the feta cheese, season with the salt, and gently toss again to combine.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Looks great! I have a question I was watching a cooking show from Ireland not long ago, and the chef prepared a salad with a leefy green called rocket that looked like arugula. Is it the same thing?

  • Nice salad Blakely. The peppery taste of the arugula with the sweetness of the watermelon and hint of onion. Love feta cheese. Thanks. Neil

  • Another pretty and refreshing summer salad. Love the Orzo with watermelon for more heartiness like you suggested.This is lovely ��

  • What about all the Nuts and seeds? I’m eating right now and curious what I’m tasting. This looks delicious and healthy! I’m curious to see how onions taste with this, yummy!