When it’s hot outside, nothing is more refreshing than ice cold watermelon. If you love watermelon, but want to dress it up a bit, try this Watermelon Salad with Mint and Feta!
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Watermelon Salad with Mint and Feta: Only Four Ingredients!
This beautiful salad has only four ingredients. Watermelon, mint, feta, and sea salt. Simply cut your watermelon into cubes, toss with chopped mint and full fat crumbled feta and then finish with a pinch of my favorite Chef’s salt (affiliate link) and voila! A cold, refreshing fruit salad that’s the perfect combo of sweet and salty with a hint of mint!
Want More Watermelon Salad Recipes?
Try my Deconstructed Watermelon and Strawberry Salad with Balsamic Vinegar!
The Recipe: Watermelon Salad with Mint and Feta
You will need: A good quality Sea salt (<—Amazon link)
- 4 cups watermelon, cubed or use a melon baller
- ½ cup mint, chopped
- ½ cup Feta cheese, the creamier the better!
- Sea salt, to taste
Use a melon baller or cut watermelon into cubes. Sprinkle with desired amount of crumbled feta, and chopped mint. Sprinkle lightly with sea salt, toss and serve.
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Yummy! This is on our menu for a baby shower I’m throwing next weekend… Along with your salad with peaches and the berries in pastry baskets 🙂 I love all your recipes!!
yay! Have fun. I am sure it will be beautiful!
Is there anything that can be used in place of the white balsamic?
Nope…the white balsamic is used in place of white rice vinegar which I find to be very acidic. But you could give that a try if you wish:)
Thanks for sharing 🙂
Can I substitute dried mint? Only have a tiny bit of fresh on hand
I have never tried so I really don’t know!