WATERMELON SALAD

The most surprising combination of element in this salad was watermelon. Watermelon salad with purslane is easy to make and it is refreshing salad for summer days. it is sweet, salty and perfect salad for lunch or dinner as a starter.

Watermelon salad with purslane.

WATERMELON SALAD WITH PURSLANE

Refreshing watermelon salad with purslane is perfect with minimal ingredients making it pretty easy also Watermelon and purslane have many health benefit.

Watermelon is a summer fruit that consist of 95% water and it has high vitamin such as vitamin A, B6 and C as well as lycopene, amino acids and antioxidants. Watermelon is fat-free and it contains very low sodium.

Purslane is a green, leaf vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked. Purslane has been used as vegetable source of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids are important fats that the body cannot produce. Therefore, we must get them from the diet. Besides, Purslane is a natural remedy for insomnia, high in vitamin A-C , iron and magnesium. Magnesium has a close connection with sleep.

Here are the steps and photos on how to do Watermelon Salad with Purslane.

INGREDIENTS:

3 cup watermelon, cubed

1 medium size cucumber, peeled cubed

1-2 tablespoon feta or Turkish white cheese.

2 cup purslane, washed and dried, chopped

1/4 cup fresh mint roughly chopped

1 small carrot, peeled and cut to length

Sea salt, freshly ground black pepper to taste

1 tablespoon lemon juice, ( or you can alternatively use a red wine vinegar-balsamic vinegar)

1 teaspoon olive oil

DIRECTIONS:

1- Assemble watermelon salad ingredients and cube your watermelon into bite-size chunks. in a bowl, combine watermelon, purslane, fresh mint, cucumber, sprinkle feta cheese .

2- Drizzle the lemon juice and the olive oil, add salt and pepper right before serving. garnish with the carrot.

Enjoy it!

Assemble ingredients, watermelon-purslane-fresh mint-feta cheese-cucumber-lemon juice- olive oil- salt- pepper.
Watermelon salad.

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