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Watermelon Salad

Watermelon Salad created by Nyteglori

Recipe source: Shopper's newsletter

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  • In a salad bowl combine vinegar and sugar and stir until sugar dissolves.
  • Add watermelon, cucumber and cilantro and toss.
  • Top with peanuts and toss again.
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  1. Nyteglori
    Watermelon Salad Created by Nyteglori
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  2. Nyteglori
    I think it would be better if the cucumbers had been allowed to marinate before adding the watermelon. I used brown sugar instead of white.
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  3. bluemoon downunder
    This was quick to prepare and looked and tasted sensational! Such a welcome recipe when the temperature over the past few days has twice been around 108°F-109°F. I didn’t have any rice vinegar, so I used red wine vinegar and I added just a teaspoon of brown sugar, as the watermelon was very sweet. The watermelon and cucumber tasted fabulous together (I used a Lebanese cucumber so left it unpeeled) and I used cashews instead of peanuts as I rarely buy peanuts but always have cashews on hand. They provided a lovely textural variety. Thank you for this wonderful recipe which I’ll be making a lot over the next few months as we’ve been promised a long hot summer!
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  4. bluemoon downunder
    This was quick to prepare and looked and tasted sensational! Such a welcome recipe when the temperature over the past few days has twice been around 108F-109F. I didnt have any rice vinegar, so I used red wine vinegar and I added just a teaspoon of brown sugar, as the watermelon was very sweet. The watermelon and cucumber tasted fabulous together (I used a Lebanese cucumber so left it unpeeled) and I used cashews instead of peanuts as I rarely buy peanuts but always have cashews on hand. They provided a lovely textural variety. Thank you for this wonderful recipe which Ill be making a lot over the next few months as weve been promised a long hot summer!
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  5. ellie_
    Recipe source: Shopper's newsletter
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