Melon Summer Salads – No Cooking Involved
|2013||Filled under Eat Raw Food, Raw Recipes|
Food experimenters or not, you would love the taste of melon meals
Do you think adding watermelon juice or melon slices in your salads it’s too much? If you think so, I’ll try to convince you of vice versa. Meals with melons proved to be delicious in any of my experiments, even when following no recipe.
Let’s see what you can choose from the following recipes:
Watermelon Peach Salad with Lime
It’s a great and easy to do recipe. It tastes delicious too.
4-5 cubed seedless watermelon
1 cup of tomatoes – diced
2-3 peaches – sliced
2 limes – juice
1 tbsp of raw honey/agave/coconut nectar
¼ cup of pumpkin seeds
¼ cup of virgin olive oil
Choose a large bowl and place the watermelon, peaches, and tomatoes in it.
The rest of the ingredients, except olive oil, add to a blender. Blend then slowly pour the olive oil. Sprinkle about ¼ of the content onto the salad, stir up basil and half of the pumpkin seeds.
When serving, sprinkle a bit more of the dressing onto the salad, then garnish with more seeds.
Melon – Lime salad
Seedless and cubed or sliced melon
1 lime – juice
Add the juice of one lime and mix well. Top with a few sprinkles of sea salt. Sounds strange – tastes great.
You can choose mint instead of lime: chop ½ cup of fresh mint. Toss the melon with mint in a large bowl, add agave. Garnish with mint.
What tastes good with melons?
Here is a short list of the ingredients that taste delicious with melons:
Course sea salt
Experiment with food and don’t forget about food combining rules. Don’t mix melons with hard to digest food. Also, choose organic melons and eat salads with melons at once.
Benefits of Raw Melons http://eatingrawfood.org/raw-melon
Enjoy your meal every single day!