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Summer Salad with Honey & Lime Dressing

Summer Salad with Honey & Lime Dressing


Cooking Time

Preparation Time : 10

Cook Time : 5

Total Time : 15


Serves 2

  • watermelon (scooped or cubed into bite-sized chunks) 2 cups

  • cucumber (we’ll use only half) 1 nos

  • cherry tomatoes (or ripe medium tomato) 1 nos

  • pomegranate seeds 1/2 cups

  • mint and coriander leaves 1/4 cups

  • peanuts (toasted and crushed) 1/2 cups

  • sprig curcumin imbued honey 1 tbsp

  • Lime 1 nos

  • Salt 1 pinch


  • 01

    Slice the cucumber lengthways into long, thin ribbons using a vegetable peeler (or a knife) and roll them up. If you don’t have time, just chop them to thin slices.

  • 02

    Scoop out watermelon balls using a melon ball spoon. Alternatively just chop them into bite-size cubes using a knife.

  • 03

    Slice the cherry tomatoes in half. If you are using a regular tomato, finely chop to small pieces.

  • 04

    In a small mixing bowl, squeeze a lime, remove all the seeds, and add a tablespoon of curcumin imbued honey.

  • 05

    Chop the coriander and mint leaves.

  • 06

    Add a pinch of salt, a tablespoon of water, and mix well. This is our salad dressing.

  • 07

    Toast the peanuts until they start turning brown. Let them cool and gently crush them to coarse bits.

  • 08

    For best results, keep all the ingredients except the peanuts chilled in the refrigerator before you start prepping them.

  • 09

    Now to the final step of assembling them. In a salad bowl, arrange the watermelon balls, and place the cucumber rolls in the gaps.

  • 10

    Now add the cherry tomatoes, top with the pomegranate seeds, and garnish with the chopped coriander and mint leaves.

  • 11

    Drizzle liberally with our honey and lime dressing. Toss the crushed peanuts and we are ready to eat!

  • 12

    For added flavour, drizzle a little more curcumin imbued honey just before serving.



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