Here’s a recipe food lovers will be interested to try out. It’s an infusion of fruit with the taste of a herb that gives the salad an tingly touch it. It’s cool and watery, which is fitting for the summer. Get one, big watermelon, plenty of mint leaves, and some lime juice. In making this, this is as easy fruit salads can get.
First, slice the watermelon into cube-sized pieces; maybe by them pre-chopped to make it easier. Then, get the mint leaves, chop them into tinier pieces, and scramble them with the watermelon pieces just like a regular salad, but without the actual lettuce. After that, sprinkle some lime juice – pre-made or freshly squeezed from a lime – over the watermelon and mint mix. Take a taste test to consider if it’s perfect or if there needs to be something else added. If it’s good, put it in the fridge for 30 to 60 minutes and let them settle in and chill down. Finally, bon appetite!
Consider this creation as another summer dish for parties or for personal consumption pleasure.
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