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Watermelon Summer Salad

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Adjust Servings:
1 tbsp lime juice — freshly extracted
1 1/2 quarts watermelon — seeded and cubed
3/4 cup red onion — halved and finely sliced
3/4 cup crumbled feta cheese
1 cup fresh mint — chopped
2 tbsp olive oil
1/2 cup pitted black olives — halved

Nutritional information

14.8 g
4 mg
10 g
315 mg
17 mg

Watermelon Summer Salad

  • Veg
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 6
    • Easy



    Watermelon Summer Salad is one of the most delicious salads that you can enjoy on a hot evening. It’s fresh and juicy and will cool you in no time. Do not get intimidated by the ingredients, they blend well to result in a delicacy like no other! The recipe uses watermelons, feta cheese, and cucumbers. A bit of basil, mint, and honey complement the flavor making it a light and bright dish. If you like your salads bursting out with different flavors, then this is one recipe that you will keep coming back to. Choose a ripe melon so the sweet flavor comes out a bit to tackle the acidity of lime juice.

    Health Benefits

    Watermelons are exceptionally rich in nutrients: they pack in vitamin A, B6, C as well as lycopene along with amino acids and antioxidants. Diets based on watermelon are believed to be great for the heart and help reduce weight.

    Eating watermelons on an empty stomach is a great way to cleanse the entire GI tract. Watermelons are also beneficial for the immune system. They contain plenty of citrulline which helps promote hair growth. Watermelons are great skin toners as well.

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    How to make Watermelon Summer Salad

    • Add onion to a bowl and pour the lime juice. Allow them to stand for some 10-12 minutes so that the acidity balances out the flavors of the onion.
    • Combine the onions and lime juice with the watermelon, feta cheese, mint, and black olives. Sprinkle olive oil over the top and toss the salad.


    • Watermelons are indeed special fruits that have over 92% water! They help detox and cleanse the entire system.
    • Watermelons are believed to have originated in the African Kalahari Desert. Watermelons are depicted in the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics as well!

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