Bruschetta with a watermelon, feta and mint salsa. Watermelon and feta salad with mint has become a staple summertime dish at my place, and I've learned a few things when adapting that recipe for home use. One: You can get rid of pretty much all of the extraneous ingredients. Two: The quality of the watermelon and, more critically, the feta is of.
Ingredients of Bruschetta with a watermelon, feta and mint salsa
- You need 1 piece of watermelon.
- You need 1 of salad onion.
- It’s 1 piece of feta cheese.
- You need 1 of little bunch of fresh mint.
- Prepare of Balsamic apple vinager.
- You need of Olive oil.
- It’s A few of salt flakes.
- You need of Black pepper.
Although Pepin cuts a small, seedless watermelon into rounds with a melon baller (adding the trimmings to the salad, too, so as not to waste them), you can also chop the watermelon. The freshness of watermelon actually works extremely well with tomato, providing a touch of sweetness to balance A good lug of oil, some salt and a grind of black pepper keep this bruschetta on the savoury side. If you like this recipe, try Jill Dupleix's watermelon, feta and mint salad. Fresh watermelon is tossed with red onions, mint, and feta for a light summer salad.
Bruschetta with a watermelon, feta and mint salsa instructions
- Get the ingredients together. Chop the sandia, cut the onion into very thin slices, crumble the feta cheese and cut the mint. Prepare the dressing..
- Add the dressing to the bowl and mix well. Crush the watermelon with a fork..
- Toast a couple of slices of bread and add the watermelon topping. Enjoy with a cool glass of white wine or white sangria 🥂.
Pico de Gallo is an authentic Mexican chunky salsa recipe that's simple to make at home with fresh ingredients. Tomato Bruschetta, is a must for every outdoor grilling or barbecue meal. It's true: the salty creaminess of good feta turns watermelon from a simple treat into something dressed for a dinner party. It's still very simple This salad is ultra simple. I cut up about half a small watermelon (see the easiest way to do that here) and toss it with a few things to bring out its flavor.