Watermelon and Feta

Rob Kennedy

Rob Kennedy

27th August 2015

Watermelon and Feta

Watermelon and Feta - This is a great dish for the summer and very similar to what I prepared for the Countess of Wessex

Ingredients

  • The Shopping list for 10:
  • 1 medium Watermelon (Plenty left for breakfast)
  • 3 tsp balsamic glaze
  • 50grm feta cheese
  • 1 tsp chopped walnuts
  • Good pinch small basil leafs

Method

In the Kitchen:

Slice the watermelon into 20mm slices.

Carefully remove the seeds and dice the melon into even 20mm cubes.

Using a melon scoop make a small cavity into the top of the cube.

Add a drizzle of balsamic glaze and crumble on top the delicious feta.

Finish with chopped walnuts and delicate small bunches of basil leafs

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