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Rucola or arugula salad with watermelon and toast sunflower seeds

27 Jul

It is already weekend and maybe it´s all right for you get into the kitchen, but you´d prefer spend less time than you usually spend. Because of this, today I want to share a salad recipe, a very easy and fast recipe you´ll be able to prepare in a few minutes and enjoy as well. I won’t extend in a long article this once, just mention that here in Spain, during this portion of the hemisphere’s summer time, we have melon and watermelon everywhere. It is now when these fruits are much tastier and in their best moment to consume.

In the majority of bar and restaurant menus in the Iberian Peninsula it is prepare a tasty typical dish, melon with Serrano (Iberian) ham, that you should try if you come here to visit these lands. High water content and just few sugars, the watermelon (today protagonist) is ideal to include on a weight loss or weight control diet; it´s ideal as well in order to introduce more fruits and vegetables into a healthy life´s style. Watermelons are natural source of vitamin C and Lycopene, this last one, we already know its remarkable role in the fight against cancer.

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Ingredients to prepare Rucola or arugula salad with watermelon and toast sunflower seeds

1 Roman lettuce

1 handful Rucola or arugula

1 large slice watermelon

1 red onion (small size)

1-2 tomatoes

2-3 tbsp toast peeled sunflower seeds

4 tbsp fresh beaten cheese

1 thread reduction of Pedro Ximénez vinegar (optional garnish)

Vinaigrette:

2-3 tbsp Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil

salt to taste

How to prepare Rucola or arugula salad with watermelon and toast sunflower seeds.

  1. Wash, dry and cut into julienne the Roman lettuce. Put it on salad bowl and add the arugula or rucola, the red onion julienne, the tomatoes into fines half moons.
  2. Put into a cup vinegar, olive oil and salt to taste. Mix very well. Add a little of the dressing to the salad and stir.
  3. Incorporate the watermelon dices and the half of the sunflower seeds.
  4. Serve into individuals dishes and crown with 1 tbsp fresh beaten cheese. Put the rest of the sunflowers seeds and a threat of Pedro Ximénez vinegar reduction.

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It is ready! You can put the vinaigrette at the end, dressing with vinegar and olive oil separately on rough guess. A light recipe you can prepare as a menu starter, to accompany meat, fish or pizza, or simply to have light lunches or dinners. Would you like to see which other dishes combine with this salad?  Then click here.

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